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Bedouin lives could be improved if anti-Israel radicals ignored

Below is an important article in the weekend The Jerusalem Post / JPost.com by David M. Weinberg on how Arab MK’s, anti-Israel activists, EU officials and others are stirring up the Bedouin in the Negev. These entities are discouraging the Bedouin from taking any deals from the government, no matter how generous, on re-settling those living in illegal communities into ... Read More »

Regavim In action – Upholding the law and saving Jewish homes

Here is Regavim in action upholding the law and preventing the unnecessary demolition of Jewish homes. This is the first case where the recently passed Regulation Law takes precidence – a law whose bill was drafted, and lobbied for, also by Regavim. The article below appeared in the Jerusalem Post on April 4, 2017. Many others appeared in the press ... Read More »

Regavim targets UN for illegal Jerusalem construction

¬†Regavim Files Court Petition against UN for Illegal Jerusalem Construction (Jerusalem March 27, 2017) The Regavim organization filed a petition today in a Jerusalem District Court against the United Nations and the Jerusalem Municipality following the discovery of illegal construction being carried out at the UN’s Armon Hanatziv UNTSO compound. The Regavim petition claims that in recent years the UN ... Read More »

THE DIABOLICAL PA/EU PLAN FOR AREA C

Regavim’s Josh Hasten writes in the Jerusalem Post about the continuing Palestinian Authority/European Union plan to establish facts on the ground in order to try and take over strategic corridors of Area ‘C’ and create a de facto Palestinian State on the ground. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE OP-ED   Read More »

Regavim’s work bears fruit with passing of Knesset Regulation Bill

Regavim’s Josh Hasten penned an op-ed in the February 14 Jerusalem Post explaining how Israel’s Regulation Bill came about, which passed into law last week with 60 votes in the Knesset. The bill became necessary as a result of the redrawing of the “Blue Lines” around communities in Judea and Samaria, where residents woke up one day only to find ... Read More »