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Israel Passes Law to Legalize Theft of Private Palestinian Land

11.2.17

Israel Passes Law to Legalize Theft of Private Palestinian Land: Passed by 60-52, the so-called Regularization Bill will legalize around 4,000 settlement homes in so-called unauthorized outposts and settlements.

Human Rights Watch swiftly condemned the vote, noting that the Regularization Bill "undoes years of established Israeli law and, coming just weeks after the [UN] Security Council's unanimous passage of Resolution 2334 on the illegality of settlements, reflects Israel's manifest disregard of international law."

The group added that the law "entrenches the current reality in the West Bank of de facto permanent occupation where Israeli settlers and Palestinians living in the same territory are subject to 'separate and unequal' systems of laws, rules and services."


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