Israel initiates huge road project for settlers in W. Bank

The new settler road to devour thousands of dunums of land

Huwara bypass

RAMALLAH, (PIC) – Israeli minister of transportation Miri Regev has announced the initial steps to carry out a huge road project on vast tracts of annexed Palestinian land in the northern West Bank.

According to Israel’s Channel 7, Regev made the announcement during her visit along with chief of the Jewish settlements council Yossi Dagan to al-Lubban area between Nablus and Ramallah.

Regev had already approved a few days ago a budget of 76,000,000 76 million shekels for the construction of this bypass road, which is to devour thousands of dunums of agricultural land in the northern West Bank.

The new bypass road is intended to connect the illegal settlements in the south of Nablus and Salfit with the settlements in the west of Ramallah and will go through an area near the villages of al-Lubban al-Gharbi and Rantis and its end will merge with Road 465 near Rantis village.

(Source / 31.12.2020)

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