Ramallah, Monday, November 16, 2020 (Palestine News) - Israel's option to move forward with developing several pioneering settlement units south of East Jerusalem appeared on the front pages of the current issue of the three Palestinian newspapers.

Day after day, Jerusalem reported that Israeli occupation experts opened a proposal to develop 1257 border units in the Jerusalem.

"Al-Ayyam" and "Al-Hayat Al-Jadidah" ​​newspapers added that the new units will be developed in the pioneering settlement of Givat Hamatos on the basis of the Beit Safafa neighborhood site in East Jerusalem.

Al-Quds Al-Ayyam newspaper warned that the new settlement is taking steps to isolate Jerusalem from Bethlehem and other Palestinian areas.

The daily newspapers included the European Union ruling on the development of new settlement units.

Al-Hayat Al-Jadidah and Al-Ayyam newspapers said that the European Union stressed its inflexible position on the inadequacy of Israeli settlements in the relevant fields, and cited the European Union’s High Representative, Josep Borrell, who declared that "all settlements are illegal under international law."

They added that the European Union's Special Representative for the Middle East Peace Process, Susanna Terstall, described the development of the new Hajj units as "strongly confirming progress".

Nabil Abu Rudeineh, the representative of the Palestinian presidency, said in the daily newspapers that all Israeli settlements are "ill-considered."

In addition, it is detailed and strongly criticized the visit that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arranged to a settlement in Psagot, as rejected and condemned.

The newspapers said, in alternative statements, that the occupation warplanes and Israeli artillery bombed separate areas in the eastern Gaza Strip.

According to the "New Life" and "Jerusalem" websites, the Israeli forces carried out separate strikes with the start of the confrontations in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

Al-Quds Al-Ayyam newspaper reported that Israeli forces had seized four agricultural trucks and a car in the northern Jordan Valley.

They added that the occupation pioneers attacked Palestinian livestock farmers who tried to reach their agricultural lands near the town of Yatta, south of Hebron.

"Al-Ayyam" newspaper also revealed that the occupation soldiers were serious about the Palestinian specialists near the Ni'lin checkpoint, west of Ramallah, which led to harm to different specialists.

The workers were trying to cross into Israel through part of the entrances to the apartheid boundaries that Israel imposes politically.

The daily newspapers covered the latest measurements in the Covid-19 episode in the respective regions.

They said that 976 Palestinians had tested positive for Covid-19, seven more had died from it and 585 patients had recovered.

Al-Quds Al-Ayyam newspaper added that Nablus will be closed for five days to combat the spread of the epidemic.

The "Jerusalem and New Life" organization detailed the data of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, announcing that 54 Palestinians were injured in the diaspora.

Jerusalem and New Life said that President Mahmoud Abbas was still receiving letters praising him on the 32nd anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

The newspapers added that Abbas sent a letter to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan praising Pakistan's stances on the part of the Palestinian mind.

"Al-Quds" also announced international, Arab and Palestinian legal experts, stressing that the Israeli courts separate "Palestinian blood from Israeli blood" regarding the inability to convict the perpetrators of Palestinian murders.

I printed out a story called the Palestinian authorities stressing the need to turn the Declaration of Independence into reality.

She revealed that 28 Palestinian families are at risk of expulsion from their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem, confirming that the Israeli courts are using the official archives to remove them.

Al-Quds Al-Ayyam newspaper reported that naming Fatah and assigning Hamas left Cairo to start general settlement talks.