Netanyahu announces plan to build 3,000 houses in Jerusalem settlements

The announcement comes 8 years after the plan to build in Givat HaMatos was initially put forward but halted due to international pressure; 1,000 houses will also be built for Palestinians in Beit Safafa in East J’lem


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday announced the construction of thousands of housing units in Israeli settlements in Jerusalem.

Netanyahu said there are plans for at least 4,000 houses to be build, with 3,000 of the units set to be constructed in the settlement of Givat HaMatos in south Jerusalem and another 1,000 in Beit Safafa, a Palestinian town in East Jerusalem, and is meant to benefit the local residents.

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