Jerusalem24 – The Israeli daily newspaper, Haaretz, reported today, Thursday, that the Israeli government will be allowing national service to be performed in illegal settlement outposts in the occupied West Bank. This will include farms against which demolition and eviction orders have been issued.
According to estimates by the Peace Now Organization, farms are the most common type of settlement outposts in the West Bank, according to estimates by the Peace Now Organization.
The newspaper pointed out that the majority of these outposts were ordered to be demolished and settlers are supposedly prevented from staying there. However, they are still expanding.
According to Israeli organizations, during the past five years, four farms in the West Bank, with an area of about 20,866 dunums, were seized and turned into settlement outposts. Successive Israeli governments often assist these settlements.