Yehudah and Shomron


Annexationists Not Deterred by Washington Disavowal

Right-wing Israeli politicians say they are not deterred from seeking passaging of a bill to extend sovereignty over parts of Yehudah and Shomron, despite a Trump administration disavowal of coordinating…

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Suicide Bombing Thwarted at Shomron Military Court

Border Guards Tuesday prevented a suicide bombing attack at the Shomron Military Court, located near Jenin. Guards at the entrance to the court building stopped and questioned an Arab who…

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Elaborate Plot to Help Hamas via Turkey Unveiled

An investigation by the Shin Bet, Israel Police and the IDF has uncovered extensive activity by Hamas in Turkey – with elements in that country’s government either ignoring, or in…

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Annexation Bill Delayed After Syria Incident

The so-called Sovereignty Bill, otherwise known as annexation, which aims to extend Israeli sovereignty over all Jewish population blocs in Yehudah and Shomron, was put on hold in the wake…

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Hotovely Seeks 800 New Homes for Har Bracha

In a shivah call to the family of Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal, Hy”d, Deputy Foreign Minister Tzippy Hotovely said that she had filed a request with the Prime Minister’s Office and relevant…

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Grief and Anger Over Terrorist Attack at Ariel

While the search for the terrorist who murdered Itamar Ben-Gal, Hy”d, 29, a father of four, at Ariel in the Shomron on Monday continued into the evening hours, Israel reacted…

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Gov’t Approves Legalization of Chavat Gilad

Weeks after the murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach, Hy”d, the government on Sunday approved legalizing Chavat Gilad, the unauthorized outpost where Rabbi Shevach lived. The approval Sunday was just the first…

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More Than 200 Companies on U.N. Israel Blacklist

The United Nations human rights office said on Wednesday it had identified 206 companies so far doing business linked to Israeli communities in Yehudah and Shomron, and it urged them…

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