Supreme Court gives State another 3 months on Khan al Ahmar

Published date03 October 2022
Publication titleIsrael National News (Israel)
"The Bedouin residents of Khan al Ahmar, who are not Israeli citizens, have repeatedly expressed their willingness to come to an agreement with the Israeli government to relocate to an alternative location - and the Israeli government has invested millions to prepare a legal, organized alternative on state land nearby. The Palestinian Authority, with the support of the European Union, has blocked all attempts to reach a mutually acceptable solution, despite the dismal conditions in which the Jahalin of Khan al Ahmar are being held hostage," the Regavim Movement said in response to the court's decision

"If the interim government is capable of signing commitments of historic magnitude with foreign governments, and to make high-level appointments to key public positions, how is it deemed incapable of living up to commitments that are over a decade old? Time and time again, the High Court has declared the outpost at Khan al Ahmar illegal and called for the relocation of the...

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