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Regavim is active throughout the Land of Israel. Our field coordinators are in the field every day, monitoring, investigating, researching, and documenting problems and illegal activity. In these four different regions, we attempt to protect State lands, fight illegal construction, environmental pollution, and a lack of governance.

MK Ofer Cassif’s crocodile tears are also green

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The sad truth is that Cassif’s objections have very little to do with ecology and environmental protection, and everything to do with a scorched-earth policy of anti-normalization in the West Bank. A recent Knesset hearing on the proposed Sha’ar Shomron Commercial Centre was an invaluable lesson in Israeli politics and its ills. MK Ofer Cassif […]

The historic battle for Israel’s heritage

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According to the map at the core of US President Donald Trump’s “Deal of the Century,” if and when a Palestinian state is established, hundreds of world heritage and archaeology sites will be removed from Israeli hands and placed under Palestinian jurisdiction. There is every reason to fear that this will accelerate the already-rampant takeover, “re-interpretation” […]

Inspectors attacked at Har Meron nature reserve

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Today (Monday 13 July), Nature and Parks Authority inspectors, accompanied by a police escort, entered the Har Meron Nature Reserve to post court orders on illegal structures built in the protected area. The inspectors quickly found themselves surrounded by a violent mob of residents of nearby Beit Jann, who pelted them with stones and physically […]

Public & Parliamentary Activities – Tammuz 5781

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Legal Grounds: We recently concluded the fifth cycle of our Legal Grounds Project academic seminar, “Law in Judea and Samaria.” Once again, this groundbreaking seminar offered outstanding law students from select Israeli universities and public sector jurists a series of lectures by leading experts on a variety of topics related to international law and land […]

Legal Division Activities – Tammuz 5781

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The Battle for Strategic Ground In the course of regular monitoring activities, our Field Coordinator for Judea and Samaria discovered illegal work on a strategic Palestinian Authority project in Gush Etzion: The PA was pulling out all the stops, laying out a road on the outskirts of the Har Gilo community, running through the Heletz […]

How the PA builds on Israeli nature reserves

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Many people submitted a petition in the Jerusalem District Court Wednesday against the Palestinian Authority, which built an illegal school within the Nahal Mahoch Nature Reserve, on state land. The petition was filed in parallel with Defense Minister Naftali Bennett’s announcement this morning that he would create seven new nature reserves in Judea and Samaria. The site […]

United Arab List’s celebration of the repeal of the Kaminitz Law is fake news

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This morning (Wednesday 18 December), the Knesset Arrangements Committee assigned hearings on enforcement of the ‘Kaminןtz Law’ to the Finance Committee. MKs from the United Arab List immediately launched a flurry of tweets framing the decision as a step toward the successful repeal of the law. MK Osama Saadi of the United Arab List claimed […]

Arab City Growing in the Judean Desert – on IDF Training Ground 917

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The State admits: Illegal construction for Arabs was whitewashed– but policy has changed In the course of a High Court of Justice hearing on  Regavim’s petition against the illegal Arab city growing in the Judean Desert, the State’s attorney admitted that in the past Arabs had been allowed to build without permits or planning approval. […]

Defense Ministry admits: apartheid enforcement in Judea & Samaria

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We got our hands on the information that we worked so hard to receive, finally. The news is upsetting, but it’s important for everyone to know. Israel’s Ministry of Defense has admitted that it has two different levels of enforcement in Judea and Samaria: one for Jews, and one for Arabs. We’ll let you guess […]

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