Benjamin Netanyahu had previously named July 1 as the date when Israel would begin building settlements in the West Bank under Israeli sovereignty.
The West Bank or Cisjordan is a landlocked territory near the Mediterranean coast of Western Asia, forming the bulk of the Palestinian territories and the State of Palestine. — Wikipedia
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From the blog of Joel Singer at The Times of Israel
July 1 is a deadline with the potential to reshape Israel, Palestine, and the rest of the Middle East.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to begin annexing parts of the occupied West Bank this month faced being delayed as the U.S. had yet to declare its full support for the move, Israeli…
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Uncertainty remains over when, how or if Netanyahu will push for annexation