Palestinians accuse Israel of using US Mideast policy to speed up settlement

Palestinians accuse Israel of using US Mideast policy to speed up settlement

He again condemned the Palestinians' "martyrs' fund", which makes payments to the families of Palestinian suicide bombers, militants and others killed or wounded in confrontations with Israeli police and soldiers.

The statement by Friedman denounced Hamas for praising a drive-by shooting that killed Israeli Rabbi Raziel Shevach, who was shot Tuesday in a West Bank attack.

Israel's defense minister, Avigdor Liberman, in a statement issued Wednesday morning said he had ordered his office to look into legalizing the Gilad Farm outpost, known as Havat Gilad. "Praying for the bereaved Shevach family".

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USA officials blaming one side for a collapse of the peace process is rare; Bill Clinton blamed the Palestinian leadership for the collapse of the Camp David talks when he was president in 2000, but otherwise, US officials have criticized sides for discrete actions while avoiding blaming them for a broader impasse.

Samaria Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, echoing Bennett's calls said it was now the time for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to revise his settlement policy so that, "not every meter of building will be a debate". "The perpetrators of yesterday's attack must be brought to justice", he wrote.

"Rabbi Shevach, Hy" d, was murdered Tuesday night as he drove his vehicle near Chavat Gilad in central Shomron and was targeted in the shooting attack from a passing vehicle.

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"He was injured in several different places on his body and by the time we got there he was no longer able to talk", medic Matan Meshulam, of the Hatzalah medical organisation, told The AJN. Rescue workers came within minutes and treated him, and he was transported to a hospital in Kfar Sava, where he was niftar.

In a statement responding to the authorizations, the Peace Now settlement watchdog called them "a unsafe security and diplomatic move on the road to the emergence of apartheid in Israel".

Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas, as well as his Fatah terror group, have yet to say anything about the attack. "Hamas praises the killers and PA laws will provide them financial rewards", Friedman said.

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It is just one vehicle with which the United States is threatening severe aid cuts to the Palestinians. According to the Ministry, the average working person in PA-controlled areas earns NIS 2,000 a month.

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