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JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel has approved the building of 277 apartments in the Jewish settlement deepest inside the West Bank, defying international criticism of continued construction on land the Palestinians claim for a state. The planned construction in Ariel — the core of the settlement bloc farthest inside the West Bank — is the third project on disputed lands to be advanced in the past week.
Israel please stop hating and killing your neighbor and please stop stealing their land.
Originally posted by Juanxlink
And they moan israeli kids get killed...
Thats what you get when you go into someone elses land and try kicking them out...
Originally posted by GLaDOS
Jews mass immigrated to Palestine and just took over and for some reason now, its their land. And its funny how nothings been done, but if it was the other way around (muslims take over jewish land) the US would probably send their army in.
The land of Ariel is not a private Palestinian land.
“Nice to see you shifting the blame onto Palestinians building homes on their own land as their rate of natural increase and population growth grows expotentialy”.
"It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but southern Syria."
For some reason you conveniently forget that Jews bought lands from Local Arabs, since the 19th century. Your dry grass is mine if you willingly sold it to me.
I see, the Israelis in Judea and Samaria should stop having babies, so no new generations grow, and no housing needs as a result. Hmmm LOL, that's a good one. The poor Palestinians, “their natural growth grows exponentially”. What an arrogant statement.
I see you completely avoided dealing with the large-scale Arab immigration during the Ottomans and the Brits. Ya know....those same Arabs that immigrated to the land of Israel, that all of a sudden decided to call themselves Palestinians in 1967, even though there never was a group of people called Palestinians.