How to know if Israel’s settlement expansion is legal

The Israeli government has announced a new plan to expand settlement building in occupied East Jerusalem, as the government continues to push ahead with plans to annex the entire city and annex all of the West Bank.

The plan comes after Israeli authorities announced last month that they would seek to annex nearly all of East Jerusalem by the end of 2020.

The plans will see the construction of more than a thousand new settler homes, with plans for the expansion of over 1,000 more units.

The new homes will be located near the entrance of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and in the area where Palestinian officials say Israeli soldiers killed three Israeli teens in 1967.

Israeli authorities have said they plan to build around 1,500 new homes in the West, which includes the Al Aqsa mosque compound, which is the site of the first recorded attack against the compound.

The expansion of the new Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank has long been a major issue in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

However, the Israeli government’s plans for new settlements have raised concerns among the international community, with many seeing the plan as illegal and a violation of international law.

A group of academics, lawyers, and human rights groups is calling for an independent international investigation into the new plans, saying they are a clear violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention, which guarantees the right to life, freedom, and the pursuit of happiness.

The group of researchers, academics, and lawyers have issued a joint statement urging Israel to release the names of the Palestinians who were killed and injured by Israeli forces, and to end the illegal construction of Jewish settlements.

The Palestinian Authority has said the plans are an extension of illegal Israeli occupation and violations of the rights of the Palestinian people.

The Israeli occupation forces in the Palestinian territories are responsible for a massive and ongoing crackdown on the Palestinian population.

The statement also called on the Israeli authorities to cease settlement activity, which Israel has done with impunity.