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Israel plans massive expansion of illegal settlements

Israel 'plans W Bank homes boom'

Israel plans to build more than 6,000 new homes in settlements in the West Bank, an Israeli newspaper quoting the state land authority has reported.

Yediot Ahronot says the government will also legitimise 120 unauthorised settlement outposts.

The report says the expansion would coincide with Israel's planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.

The US-backed roadmap peace plan calls on Israel to freeze all settlement activity and scrap dozens of outposts.

All settlements are widely considered illegal under international law, although this is disputed by Israel.

The Israel Lands Administration has neither confirmed nor denied the report.

'Natural growth'

The newspaper says the government plans to build 6,391 new homes in existing settlements.


BBC News, "Israel 'plans W Bank homes boom'", 25 February 2005.

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