Settlers in the occupied West Bank agree to evacuate illegal outposts | Israeli-Palestinian conflict news
Several Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces supporting illegal settlers in Evyatar, and dozens were injured.
Israeli settlers who built an unauthorized outpost near Beta in the occupied West Bank said they had agreed to withdraw from the site.
Tensions in the occupied West Bank have reached new highs in the past few months Settlement with Evyatar Become one of the focal points of the conflict because the settlers refused to evacuate the land and the Palestinians protested their existence.
Several Palestinians were killed and dozens were injured Israeli army supports illegal settlers.
According to a statement issued on Wednesday by the Samaritan Regional Committee, the settler organization, the Israelis will leave on Friday after the Israeli government offered them a compromise.
According to reports, the Samaritan Regional Committee also stated that the structure of the settlement will not be demolished, but will be transformed into a base for the Israeli army-a result that will surely anger Palestinian protesters demanding the demolition of the settlement.
Yossi Dagan, head of settlement authorities in the northern West Bank of the Jordan River, stated that in light of “these Hard years Divide,” Israeli media reported.
Prior to the agreement, the court-enforced eviction notice had taken effect because the military’s civil affairs department ruled that the 50 pre-designated dwelling houses in the outpost were illegally constructed on Palestinian private land. It ordered the settlers to evacuate, believing that their activities undermined the security of the area.
However, the settlers are negotiating with the Israeli authorities this week.
This move aims to solve a Embarrassing political test The new Israeli government was established in mid-June and is led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who is the leader of the settler movement and leads the pro-settler political party. But his ruling coalition can only survive with the support of left-wing and Arab parties, which makes sensitive policy decisions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict difficult.
During the construction of the illegal Israeli settlement of Evyatar, four Palestinians were recently shot and killed by the Israeli army because they protested the theft of more than five acres (two hectares) of land previously used to grow olives.
In the latest transaction, the temperature may drop for a period of time, but this is not the final conclusion.
In May, the Israeli domestic intelligence agency Shin Bet reported nearly 600 violent incidents and 34 Palestinians were killed. This is the highest monthly figure in 10 years because the Israeli army has sent several additional battalions to strengthen its presence in the occupied territories. exist.
Villages in the occupied West Bank often hold demonstrations on Fridays against land confiscation, house demolition and Israeli settlements that are considered illegal under international law. The Israeli army usually responds to protests with disproportionate violence.
Most world powers believe that all settlements built on land occupied and occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East War are illegal. Israel disputed this on the grounds of its historical connection to this land and its own security needs.
Approximately 475,000 Israeli settlers live in the occupied West Bank, where there are more than 2.8 million Palestinians.
Human Rights Watch in Recent report Said that Israel is committing “crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution” against Palestinians. It details how Israel seeks to maintain the Jewish-Israeli hegemony of the Palestinian people from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean.