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9,000 New “Israeli” Settling Units in East Al-Quds
By Staff, Agencies
The “Israeli” Settling Minister filed a request last week for the construction of 9,000 new “Israeli” settling units in the “Atarot” area of occupied east Al-Quds. The announcement comes as the Transportation Ministry advances plans to extend the so-called “Jerusalem-Tel Aviv” high speed train.
The planned neighborhood places a wedge in the heart of the Palestinian urban sprawl that exists between Ramallah and east Al-Quds.
The so-called “Israel’s Transportation Ministry advanced plans on Monday to build a new train station that would directly connect Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion Airport to the Al-Buraq Wall [Western Wall] in Occupied Al-Quds.
Jordan called the planned train station a "flagrant violation of international law," according to the BBC.
Foreign ministry spokesman Daifallah al-Fayez called on the international community to "assume its responsibilities to resist the illegitimate and illegal “Israeli” steps."
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