UN responds to Regulation Bill approval, says Israel ‘crossed a very thick red line’

YNetNews   The United Nations responded on Tuesday to the Knesset's vote to pass the Regulation Bill, which retroactively will legalize thousands of West Bank settlement homes built on private Palestinian land, offering Palestinian land owners compensation for their confiscated property.   UN representative Nikolai Maldanov said that Israel has "crossed a very thick

WHITE HOUSE PUTS IRAN ‘ON NOTICE’ IN STARK WARNING OVER MISSILE TESTS

Iran launches missile from undisclosed location. (photo credit:REUTERS) JPost By:  Michael Wilner   Washington the Trump administration sent a stark message to Tehran on Wednesday over Iran’s continued missile tests and support for proxy militia groups battling Saudi Arabian forces. Speaking publicly for the first time since Donald Trump became US president, his national

For hardline West Bank settlers, Jared Kushner’s their man

Kushner and Trump (Photo: Reuters) YNet News By: Reuters Trump picks son-in-law to advise on Middle East peace; Kushner's family foundation has donated to settlements; hardline settlers see Kushner as on their side; Palestinians question whether he can be independent. For many in the Israeli settlement of Bet El, deep in the West Bank,

If these walls could talk: An Amona resident says goodbye to her home

Tamar Nizri in her Amona house (Photo: Kobi Nachshoni) YNet News By: Elisha Ben Kimon, Kobi Nachshoni and Roi Yanovsky The Nizri family, one of the leaders of the fight against the evacuation of Amona, is saying goodbye to their home; 'This was our place, that this was our land; this was our

SEVERAL INJURED IN CLASHES AS ISRAELI FORCES BEGIN AMONA EVACUATION

Amona residents seal houses to prevent evacuation by security forces (Marc Israel Sellem) JPost By: Tovah Lazaroff, Anna Ahronheim   LIVE UPDATES 2:15 p.m. Scores of teenage activists streamed into the Nizri home, shouting "the police are coming." The teenage boys stood by the kitchen with their arms linked around each other singing, "the eternal people

Policemen enter Amona as evacuation begins

Policemen greeted by angry activists (Photo: AFP) YNet News By: Elisha Ben Kimon and Roi Yanovsky   Security forces fan out around outpost’s perimeters as they prepare to move in and remove activists pledging to stage resistance to court-ordered evacuation; hundreds of activists block streets, barricade themselves in homes and synagogues as some throw stones