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Pesach Newsletter – Negev Update

Mark holding title deeds to Al Zarnog

The key sentence for our work in the Negev is “to bring the State back to the Negev”. We believe that sovereignty is not a theoretical matter and if it is not enforced – it doesn’t exist. Consequently, we believe that the key to changing the situation in the Negev and to solving the conflict with the Bedouin population lies ... Read More »

Is Government and Supreme Court inaction poisoning our children?

  Jerusalem Post – 15th July 2012   By ARI BRIGGS   Illegal and unregulated production of charcoal, illegal due to the fact that the businesses are not registered and take place on land zoned for agriculture or in some cases on government land, is causing sever health consequences for our children. Most disturbing is that the government and the ... Read More »

Al-Zarnoog and Bet El- A Tale of two settlements

Mark holding title deeds to Al Zarnog

  Jerusalem Post - In the beginning of the twentieth century, a group of Zionist Jews acquired a parcel of land measuring around 160 acres (65 hectares) in the Negev, in the area of Moshav Nabatim, between Beersheba and Dimona. It was registered in the names of the purchasers in the Land Registry of the British Mandate, and after the establishment ... Read More »

Abu Basmah

  Following a petition submitted by Regavim, the District Court of Be’er Sheva ordered the demolition of tens of Bedouin houses that were built within the municipal boundary of Abu Basmah in the Negev   The order was issues following after Regavim requested the court to instruct the state to demolish tens of structures built in the area without authorization ... Read More »

Justice Delayed

  According to the results of the Regavim investigation, since early 2008 the Supreme Court has issued 162 interim orders against demolition of illegally constructed Palestinian buildings in Judea and Samaria, and the State Attorney defers discussion on the judicial orders time after time. In the field – chaos reigns.       As soon as the Civil Administration inspectors ... Read More »

A Tale of Two Houses of Worship

  New Theological Insights of the Civil Administration- Immunity for Illegal Mosques. Synagogues – That’s Another Story. Two illegal houses of prayer. Two identical petitions to the Supreme Court. Two identical interim orders against continued construction. Two violations of judicial orders. The development of the facts is amazingly similar. But, at this point, the paths diverge. This one for life, ... Read More »

Extremely Preferential Treatment for the Extreme Left

  The Regavim Report: Israel’s Supreme Court gives extremely preferential treatment to petitions filed by the extreme left.  A report prepared by Regavim statistically indicates what many of us have felt all along: the Supreme Court, and in particular President Dorit Beinish, shows preferential treatment towards extreme leftist organizations. This is expressed by expediting procedures in a fashion that is ... Read More »

Illegal Quarry in Gush Etzion

  Regavim submitted a petition against the authorities responsible for law enforcement with a demand that the court direct them to halt the illegal operation of a quarry in the Gush Etzion area.   Over three years ago, Regavim sent a letter to the Civil Administration and security forces with a request that they halt an illegal quarry in the Gush ... Read More »

The truth about Susiya

The constructtion of illegal Arab structures has gathered pace all over Area C as the Palestinian Authority pursues this policy of encouraging illegal land grabs, illegal outposts and building on state lands. Such activity is very evident in the South Hebron Hills, in the area near the ancient Jewish town of Susiya.  Arab shepherds from the nearby town of Yata, a Palestinian ... Read More »