Egypt launches an attack on Israel after its decision to build new settlements in the West Bank Egypt launches an attack on Israel after its decision to build new settlements in the West Bank

Egypt launches an attack on Israel after its decision to build new settlements in the West Bank

Egypt launches an attack on Israel after its decision to build new settlements in the West Bank

The Egyptian Foreign Ministry attacked the Israeli government's decision to approve the construction of about 3,500 new settlement units in West Bank settlements.

The Egyptian government said that this behavior reflects the continued policy of illegal settlement, and a violation of the relevant Security Council resolutions and the provisions of international law.

Egypt considered that Israel's continued practices of annexation and seizure of Palestinian lands would not undermine the legal, historical, and demographic status of those lands, calling for "the necessity of stopping those practices that undermine efforts for a just settlement of the Palestinian issue, and attempt to circumvent final status negotiations."

The Arab Republic of Egypt called for international parties to adopt a strong position that rejects the Israeli settlement policy and confirms its illegitimacy. It also called on the Security Council to assume its responsibility to stop Israeli violations of international law and international humanitarian law against the Palestinian people, to provide them with protection and protect their inalienable rights, and to support recognition of the Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital.

The Israeli government announced that the Planning Authority granted permits to build 3,500 housing units in West Bank settlements near Jerusalem.

The homes are scheduled to be built in the settlements of Maale Adumim and Efrat and the smaller settlement of Kedar, according to statements by settlement leaders and Ministers Bezalel Smotrich and Orit Struck.

The data does not provide a breakdown for each settlement of the number of new units provided by the Supreme Planning Committee of the Civil Administration, which oversees settlement planning in the West Bank.

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