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Thousands of Israeli settlers ready to evacuate the West Bank, new report reveals Ma`an - "Many of the Israeli settlers who live close to the separation wall would move immediately inside the Green Line (inside Israel) if the Israeli government agrees to compensate them financially." 26/9/2007
Settlements in Focus Interview with Hagit Ofran, New Settlement Watch Director - August 2007Produced by Lara Friedman, Government Relations Director, Americans for Peace Now and Ori Nir, Spokesman, Americans for Peace Now - "Since 1993, when the Oslo agreements were signed, the number of settlers in the West Bank has doubled. More Israelis moved into the settlements after the Oslo agreement than before it. The message that the Israeli government’s policy sends to the Palestinians is clear: we have no intention to withdraw from the occupied territories and this is why we are building there. The settlements, therefore, are truly one of the main reasons for the continuation of the conflict."11/9/2007
But... Illegal neighborhood will not be demolished Aviram Zino - Ynet - ...as if to temper the happiness in Bil`in [ed.]8/9/2007
Barak won`t rush to evacuate outposts, settlers sayEfrat Weiss - Ynet - "Yesha Council Chairman Danny Dayan told Ynet that after Sukkot the council members plan to launch a wide-scale campaign which would slam Prime Minister Ehud Olmert`s policy." 5/9/2007
Settlers` takeover on Palestinians lands and water sources east to NablusEhud Krinis - The Villages Group - "So now the settlers not only stole the land from its legal owners, deprived them from their livelihood, but they are also forcing the inhabitants of the of the northern part of Deir al-Hattab to use the unclean water coming from this new pool built for the settlers` children pleasure. At the same time and not far away, a large piece of land was also taken by Elon Moreh Settlers, who connected the field to a water system which irrigates hundreds of new olive trees planted there by the them...the army and the police forces are watching from the side, devoting much of their time and efforts to preventing human rights organization such as Btselem from documenting what is happening. "18/9/2007
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