Whether in Area C of the West Bank, in the Negev, the Galilee or the 'mixed cities,' Regavim has one clear goal: the selective implementation of planning and construction laws, encouraging the state to demolish Palestinian homes or public buildings. By Rona Moran and Miryam Wijler It all began one bright morning in April, after reading an outrageous op-ed by the right-wing journalist Karni Eldad [Hebrew] about Dahamash – an “unrecognized” village in the Ramle-Lod area that we hold quite dear. Karni Eldad’s text can be summed up as a pathetic attempt at comparing the status of Jewish settlements and outposts in the Occupied…Read More... | 12 Comments
By Nasser Nawaj'ah I am Nasser Nawaj'ah. I am 30 years old. My mother gave birth to me in a cave in Susya El-Kadis. You know of Susya as a Jewish settlement in the South Hebron Hills, but Susya is first of all a Palestinian village that existed before the establishment of the State of Israel. I was named after my grandfather, who was still alive at the time. In 1948, he was displaced from his village near Arad, now in southern Israel. When they were expelled, my father was just a little boy and my grandfather carried him in…Read More... | 18 Comments
The right-wing organization "Regavim" wants you to overlook why the Palestinians in Area C are pushed into building "illegally"; Regavim wants you to ignore the fundamental inequality of status between Palestinians and settlers. By Yariv Mohar The first High Court hearing will be held tomorrow (Wednesday) on a petition submitted by the right-wing organization "Regavim" which demands the demolition of the entire Palestinian village of Susya in the South Hebron Hills. Regavim's strategic goal is to expedite the Israeli policy of pushing as many Palestinians living in Area C, which is most of the West Bank, into the crowded and…Read More... | 2 Comments
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