The Settlements Management Committee in the northern West Bank approved the construction of a new neighborhood in the north of "Itamar" settlement, southeast of Nablus.

According to the project, a settlement neighborhood will be built with complete foundations and not shared homes, and it includes building dozens of homes with similar areas of up to 150 square meters with a large garden, which is currently being marketed for sale before starting. Of construction.

This announcement of the project came a day after the Israeli Settlements Administration approved the construction of 792 settlement units, most of these settlements are located in the northern West Bank, including the aforementioned "Itamar" settlement.

Thirteen settlements and 55 outposts were established on the lands of Nablus, and the settlement bypass roads were cut off with a length of 104 km, which led to the destruction of an area of   10,393 dunums. The occupation maintains 24 camps in the governorate's territory, and imposes a closure on 80 areas.
Whereas, the bypass road, which is considered an alternative to Huwara Street, is one of the most dangerous settlement projects in Nablus.
The road extends from Huwara checkpoint, south of Nablus, to Za'tara checkpoint, for a length of 5.7 km.
That road destroyed 393 dunums of its lands: Yasouf, Huwara, and Manzil, 201 dunums planted with olive trees.

The danger of this road lies in the fact that it is not limited to the area of   land that will be demolished, but rather includes an area of   2820 dunums as buffer zones on both sides of the road to prevent approaching it.

The street will limit urban expansion, besiege the houses located between the old street and the new street, and destroy large parts of the house, which is a source of livelihood for hundreds of Palestinian families.

Yesterday, Tuesday, Israeli extremists uprooted more than 100 olive tree seedlings from the Sha'ab Al-Butm area, near the "Avigal" settlement, which is built on Palestinian lands east of Yatta, south of Hebron.
The coordinator of the Popular and National Committees to Resist the Wall and Settlement in South Hebron, Ratib Jabbour, confirmed to Wafa that a number of settlers uprooted more than 100 olive seedlings in the aforementioned area, owned by Ishaq Mahmoud Al-Jabbar.

It is noteworthy that settlers and the occupation forces have repeatedly attacked the people of East Yatta and their properties, with the aim of preventing them from leaving their lands in favor of the settlements.