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Israeli Caretaker Government Tries To Annex Further Parts Of West Bank And Jordan Valley

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Israeli Caretaker Government Tries To Annex Further Parts Of West Bank And Jordan Valley

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The Israeli parliament is attempting to annex other parts of the West Bank. The bill, introduced by Yamina Party head Ayelet Shaked proposed to apply sovereignty to settlements in Jordan Valley, Ma’aleh Adumim and Gush Etzion.

Shaked clarified that the application of sovereignty would be for the areas within the settlements and would not cover roads and archaeological and industrial parks in the regions of Judea and Samaria.

Currently, Israel has a caretaker government with Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister, and the peace process is frozen as a result of it.

Prior to the elections which he lost, and subsequently also failed to form a government, Benjamin Netanyahu vowed of further annexation in the West Bank.

His party is not the one proposing the legislation, but it is more than likely connected to his promises, to show that the caretaker government, with him as Prime Minister has the will to take underhanded actions to guarantee Israel’s expansion.

In August, Netanyahu promised to annex all settlements. He said he would start with the Jordan Valley immediately upon formation of the government.

The situation is ideal, since the peace process is frozen, but the Parliament can pass legislation, furthermore the Trump administration doesn’t condemn any further annexations by Israeli, it rather even supports them.

“There is a diplomatic window of opportunity and willingness on the part of the US for this kind of annexation that will not return,” Shaked said. “We cannot afford to hesitate or wait. We must take advantage of this window of opportunity immediately and begin to apply sovereignty over these areas. It is for this reason that the State of Israel cannot be dragged into another election cycle.”

There is also a sort of religious explanation to the annexations since a recent discovery by archaeologist Dr. Scott Stripling showed that the corner of God’s altar was allegedly found in Shiloh.

In the last three years, they uncovered multiple large pithoi – “famous Israelite collar-rimmed jars” – inside a series of “storage rooms” that they found surround the ancient city. So, clearly, annexing the area is “justified.”

Back in August, when Netanyahu vowed to annex more settlements in the West Bank, Israeli defense officials warned that such a move would jeopardize Israel’s security.

“Any unilateral annexation of territory or extension of sovereignty to the West Bank will put Israel’s security and safety along with the well-being of its citizens at risk,” the letter said.

Currently, Israel is in a rather precarious political situation, as in late October, President Reuven Rivlin tasked Blue and White party chairman Benny Gantz with attempting to form a coalition after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed in the wake of the September elections.

Negotiations between Likud (Netanyahu’s party) and Gantz’s party have also snagged over Blue and White’s insistence it cannot support a Netanyahu premiership so long as he is suspected in three criminal cases — and may well be charged in them soon.

It is likely that despite a second snap election may prove quite detrimental to the stability of Israel, Netanyahu does, indeed face possible criminal proceedings soon, which may end him up in prison, unless he’s under Parliamentary immunity. He currently remains as Prime Minister of the caretake government. It’s in his interest to either continue filling the role in the new government, or prolong the caretake government for as long as possible and that is by calling for a second round of snap elections.

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  • verner

    the theft continues and sees no end, unless the illegal settlement called israel is terminated forth with – no reason to wait. the squatters been there far too long and in every respect breached basic human values vis a vis neighbouring people and thus the squatters deserve no mercy and have forfeited any and all rights to squatt on the stolen land – evict them now!!

  • RichardD

    UNSC Resolution 2334 extinguished any Balfour Declaration claims that the baby rapers may have had beyond the 67 lines in international law. The chances of those rights being reestablished without Palestinian consent are between slim and none. Once the Syrian war is won a regional coalition armed with nuclear weapons needs to be put in place to enforce all of the resolutions that Israel is in chronic scofflaw violation of. Including 2334.

    Which obviously the Jews and their Zionist Israel firster US lacky traitors are trying to postpone for as long as possibly with all of their gyrations and machinations in Syria for precisely this reason.

    • verner

      the balfour declaration was the formal decision by england to allow the jews to settle in palestine but the go ahead was given by lloyd-george to theodore hersel verbally and acted on immediately – pls also so note that the jews are in breach of the BD from day one and can thus be evicted like any one breaching the formative and underlying contract.

      • RichardD

        Sure, it was all laid out in the US King Crane Commission report done at the same time as the Balfour Declaration that it was a scam and non starter that the Jews had no intention of complying with.

  • Damien C

    This septic boil couldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the disgraceful behaviour of the European governments. I don’t blame the US government at all as they are completely and utterly owned by the Jewish lobbies and do exactly as their masters in Tel-Aviv instruct them to do.
    If the Eurozone imposed a full sanction nothing in nothing out that boil would be lanced in a month irrspective of how much the financially busted USA tried to help out.

  • Hasbara Hunter

    The Greater ISraHell Caliphate is done….kick them Khazarians into the Mediterranean…

  • Peter Jennings

    Netty in court? not likely. Regimes tend to look out for their own, especially those so loyal to the cause.

    However, Netty is losing support from amongst those people of isreal who still control their own minds. The isreali regime gamble in Syria didn’t go as expected. Now the people of isreal are beginning to realise that their attack on Syria was, instead of ‘securing’ their ‘borders’, the straw that broke the camels back. They now have a well earned target on their backs, their future prospects made no better by Netty’s expansion plans which have already failed.
    It seems that some isreali people will have some explaining to do here on planet Earth before they spill the beans before their god.

  • Saso Mange

    It’s such a shame that the world is allowing colonialism in 21st century. Zionist scumbags have no shame, they are animals.

  • Boycott-Saudi!!!

    Nazi were working hard during WW2 to get all jews in one place! So, now the jews exodus to Israel, to illegal lands, and hope the owner welcome them with smile and open arms… Pure sheer of arrogance! Yep, I’m not that surprised when history repeat itself.

  • Davki

    “Peace process”… does that word even still exist? Well, its signifié certainly doesn’t or never has. Annexation agenda as ususal.

    • verner

      the world should go back to the one state solution and that is a palestine without the jews, who have forfeited any right to the land they have mostly stolen and murdered to get. and by the way, it’s highly debatable if england ever had the right to gift palestine to the jews as was done by lloyd-george to theodore herzel.