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  Israel: 'Secret' Defense Ministry Database Reveals Full Settlement Construction  GMP  )srael   OSC Summary in (ebrew   Jan    Left of center  independent daily of record Tel Aviv (aaretz com in English on   January carried the  referent item with a link to a  page PDF file in (ebrew of a  secret Defense Ministry database on  illegal construction in the territories  translated herein   Quotation marks as published  passages in italics  appear in red in the original           Settlement Name  AVNEY (EFETZ  Precious Stones   Name source  )saiah   Khirbat al (afitza     And all your walls precious stones  as well as the name of the nearby  Settlement type and organizational affiliation  Communal settlement  Amana  Coordinate   Number of residents   District  Tulkarm       Municipality  Shomron Regional Council  Cabinet Resolutions               (T      August  Avney (efetz  east of Tulkarm       Approving the construction of an urban neighborhood named  We hereby decide  based on the government settlement policy  to approve the construction of Avney  (efetz  an urban neighborhood    The neighborhood will be built at coordinate   Population  Planned  designated for   families    The plot  Some   dunams of state lands of which  dunams are private acquisitions in various stages    some   km east of Tulkarm    dunams are undisputed and some   Employment  )ndustry and services in the settlement and its vicinity      Regional system  The settlement will belong to the Shomron Regional Council and will be part of the  Eynav Shavey Shomron bloc     )nitiator and localizing body  The Fund for Land Redemption   Settlement Planning and  Development Ltd    The plot shall be allocated to the fund  in a contract  by the officer in charge of government property   for planning and development   free of charge   The lease will be signed with settlers who will be  directed there by the Fund  payment will be   that will be considered as the customary     The Ministry of Construction and (ousing  MC(  will reexamine the matter of assistance and  infrastructures for the settlement            KB      May     Avney (efetz  We hereby decide to add the following Clause     to Cabinet Resolution    (T  dated   August   The settlement will receive additional state lands that were located around the original site and next  to it  the Sal it expansions  which will allow the construction of a large urban settlement on the site   Year of establishment   Land Status  State lands     Adjacent illegal outposts   Dir Raban   (ahar   The Mountain    built in November   on land managed by the officer in charge   the location has an agreement for planning permit issued to the Fund for Land Redemption  February  February   within the boundaries of valid blueprint No      the outpost plot for future  planning  in addition  plan No    for residence on the outpost plot was filed  it was rejected by the  defense minister s assistant on settlement affairs  on site reside   families  contains    trailers    Extent of realization of valid detailed plans    Detailed Plan No      allows the construction of   housing units partly in condominiums  in  practice  some   of the units have not been realized   The plan was examined by the Blue Line team on   December     Construction in the absence of approved plans   1.         Detailed Plan No. 158/4   plan published for deposit on 22 April 1999; extensive construction work  was carried out within the plan's boundaries, including the building of roads and houses: some 24  permanent structures, five mobile houses, and one public structure were built.  The plan was examined by  the Blue Line team on 21 December 1999.     Settling body in charge  The Fund for Land Redemption   Validity of contract  permit   Planning permit   The Fund for Land Redemption    Planning permit   The Fund for Land Redemption     until February    Planning permit   The Fund for Land Redemption    December     dunams for industry   until February     dunams for the construction of the settlement   dunams for expanding the settlement   until  Planning permit   World Zionist Organization  WZO     Building body  Amana  The Fund for Land Redemption    dunams   until   November    Note  A military base is adjacent to the settlement               Settlement name  ADORA  Name source  (ints at Adoraim  Chronicles     and identified with a site   km from the settlement    Settlement type and organizational affiliation  Communal settlement  (erut  Coordinate   Number of residents   District  (ebron       Municipality  (ar (evron Regional Council  Cabinet Resolutions                 (T    September     Approving the construction of Adora as a communal  settlement in the Sothern (ebron (ills    We hereby decide   based on the cabinet policy on settlement affairs and subject to the legal opinion of  the director of State Attorney s Office Civil Department  SAO CD  considering land ownership   to  approve the construction of a communal settlement within the framework and based on the Southern  (ebron (ills development master plan  Adora  Mitzpe  observation spot  Amatzya  an existing Nahal  pre settlement  a communal settlement for   families will be built at coordinates     Responsibility for the construction of the said settlement is assigned to the WZO Settling Department  WZO SD               M      December     Adora   a resolution attached to the minutes of the cabinet  resolutions and validated as a cabinet resolution on   December     We hereby decide  By the power of Resolution (T  of the cabinet and WZO joint settling committee   dated   September   concerning the monitoring of the execution of the settling committee  resolutions  the settling committee takes note of reports by the MC( and the Settlement Division of the  WZO concerning the execution of the settling committee resolutions as follows    Adora  a communal settlement  approved for construction based on Resolution (T committee  dated   September     of the settling   The resolution is executed   The center of the permanent settlement site will be ready for housing on    April    The permanent settlement will be several kilometers east of a Nahal pre settlement that  exists there    The nucleus that prepares to settle the settlement belongs to the (erut Betar farms and comprises  families     The settlement has problems with an access road and water supply  for a while  water will have to be  brought in by tankers                M      March     Adora   Based on the execution of Resolution (T  dated   September  joint settling committee concerning the construction of Adora      made by the cabinet and WZO   A plot has been located for the settlement in the region of  )m Farm  at Elevation Point  EP   of the Arab village of Dura     north   No site has been located yet for the temporary location of the settlement   The monitoring committee  is asking the SAO CD to prioritize its search for the said location     The settling committee drafted a plan that was inspected and approved    The site has no access road   The cost of building the road is some  not have the budget for that    A settling nucleus exists    million shekels   The MC( does   The water pipe for the settlement will have to run next to the Trans Judea Road   Year of establishment     Land Status  State and procured lands   Adjacent illegal outposts  None    Extent of realization of valid detailed plans   Detailed Plan No    allows the construction of   housing units   The plan was almost fully executed    The plan was examined by the Blue Line team on   May     Detailed Plan No   been built    allows the construction of   housing units   )n practice   Construction in the absence of approved plans  None     units have not yet  Settling body in charge  The WZO   Validity of contract  permit   Permit agreement   to the WZO   some  Permit agreement   to the WZO   some     Permit agreement   to the WZO   some  December      dunams for the settlement construction   until      dunams for the settlement construction   until December   dunams for the settlement construction  addition    until  Some   dunams were set off for a quarry    Building body  Build Your (ome  BY(  MC( s Rural Construction Administration  MC( RCA   Note            Detailed Plan No    was approved though it probably exceeds state lands             Within the framework of upgrading security elements for the settlement  Seizure Order T   was issued on   May    along with a closure order   and construction ban order   for an  early warning perimeter fence and patrol road                 Settlement Name  ORAN)T  Previous names  Oranit Tzamarot  Tzamarot    Settlement type and organizational affiliation  Urban settlement  Coordinate   Number of residents     District  Qalqilyah     Municipality  Oranit Local Council  Cabinet Resolutions             (T opinion         April     Approving the construction of the settlement subject to the SAO s  We hereby decide  based on the cabinet policy on settlement affairs and subject to the legal opinion of  the director of the SAO CD considering land ownership  to approve the construction of the settlement of  Oranit Tzamarot  as follows    The settlement will be built by private individuals     )t is located at main coordinate     north of the Trans Samaria (ighway  east of Kibbutz  (ahorshim  within the vicinity of Kafr  Sinayra   Bara  and  Tulat     The entrepreneurs own   dunams    Constructing company  Delta )nvestments and Trade  Qarney Shomron  Ltd    )n Stage A    housing units will be sold privately  

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/01/02/israel-settlements-all-en-2009/

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The Biggest Threat To A Two-State Solution Settlement Watch Team / January 2011 Learn more about our fight for peace for Israel www.peacenow.org.il Number of Settlers in the West Bank:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/02/15/settlements-map-eng/

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Rodrigo Bueno is an in informal settlement in the city of Buenos Aires that was established in the early eighties.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/03/04/environmental-contamination-of-villa-rodrigo-bueno-2010/

04/03/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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1 For example, OHCHR notes that a company that is operating a quarry on Israeli-confiscated land in the West Bank will be considered to fall under category (g) regardless of whether it is located in or connected to a defined settlement community.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2018/02/03/rapport/

03/02/2018 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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[Emblem]
 State
of
Israel
 
 
 Regulating
the
Status
of
Bedouin
Settlement
in
the
Negev
 Summary
of
the
Process
of
Consultation
with
the
Public

 Regarding
the
Draft
Law
for
the
Regulation
of

 Bedouin
Settlement
in
the
Negev
and
Recommendations
Relating
to
Policy
and

 Amendments
to
the
Draft
Law*
 
 
 
 Submitted
to
the
Government
by
 Ze'ev
B.
Begin
 
 
 
 
 Jerusalem,
12
Shevat

5773,

23.1.13
 
 
 *Translated
by
Adalah
–
The
Legal
Center
for
Arab
Minority
Rights
in
Israel
and

 The
Association
for
Civil
Rights
in
Israel
(ACRI)
 
 
 
 
 A.
Introduction
 On
11.9.11,
the
government
approved
Decision
no.
3707,
adopting
the
report
of
the
 implementation
team
of
the
Goldberg
Commission
recommendations
regarding
the
 issue
of
the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev
(Naqab),
("the
Prawer
Plan").

Together
with
it
a
 draft
law
was
published
regarding
the
regulation
of
the
settlement
of
the
Bedouins
 in
 the
 Negev.
 The
 government's
 decision
 also
 determined
 that
 a
 special
 process
 of
 consultation
with
the
public
would
be
conducted
over
the
course
of
six
weeks.
The
 consultation
process
was
extended
to
more
than
three
months
and
included
tens
of
 meetings
with
individuals,
groups
and
organizations,
mostly
from
the
Negev
(Annex
 1).

The
active
dialogue
with
the
public
gave
rise
to
insights
which
exposed
the
need
 for
certain
changes
in
the
draft
law,
but
also
revealed
the
need
to
preserve
the
basic
 structure
of
the
law,
including
the
 finality
of
the
arrangement
and
the
provision
of
 means
necessary
for
realizing
it.

 This
 report
 concludes
 a
 complex
 five‐year
 process
 for
 determining
 government
 policy
regarding
this
matter
and,
in
accordance
with
the
recommendations
included
 herein,
 a
 revised
 law
 draft
 was
 prepared
 by
 the
 Ministry
 of
 Justice.
 The
 following
 presents
the
principal
issues
and
the
ensuing
recommendations:
 
 B.
The
National
Framework
 The
 development
 of
 the
 Negev
 is
 one
 of
 the
 most
 important
 national
 tasks
 in
 the
 coming
decade
and
the
government
has
decided
to
advance
it
in
various
ways.
This
 development
 is
 based,
 among
 other
 things,
 on
 the
 Master
 Plan
 for
 Metropolitan
 Beer
Sheba
(Annex
2),
which
constitutes
the
regional
framework
for
comprehensive
 planning
 and
 for
 the
 development
 of
 existing
 and
 new
 settlements.
 Without
 formalizing
 the
 status
 of
 their
 settlement,
 the
 Bedouins
 will
 not
 be
 able
 to
 benefit
 from
 the
 many
 resources
 that
 will
 be
 made
 available
 to
 the
 Negev
 in
 the
 coming
 years,
and
it
will
not
be
possible
to
fully
fulfill
the
task
of
developing
the
Northern
 Negev
for
all
of
its
residents.
 
 C.
The
Need
 The
 Bedouins
 in
 the
 Negev,
 
 today
 numbering
 approximately
 200,000
 persons,
 are

 citizens
 with
 equal
 rights
 in
 the
 State
 of
 Israel
 and
 as
 such
 are
 entitled
 to
 an
 economic‐social
framework
that
will
enable
them
to
realize
the
opportunities
for
 growth
that
are
available
to
citizens
of
Israel.
However,
the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev
 2

 are
 members
 of
 the
 most
 impoverished
 group
 in
 Israel
 and
 their
 destitution
 is
 accompanied
by
social
problems
that
demand
a
comprehensive
solution.
Hence,
it
is
 the
 government's
 responsibility
 to
 take
 action
 in
 order
 to
 enable
 the
 Bedouins
 to
 extricate
 themselves
 from
 these
 circumstances
 and
 to
 grant
 them,
 and
 particularly
 the
younger
generation
the
tools
necessary
to
successfully
cope
with
the
challenges
 of
the
future.
(Approximately
120,000
Bedouins
are
under
the
age
of
18,
and
tens
of
 thousands
more
will
be
added
in
the
coming
decade)
 Much
 work
 needs
 to
 be
 done
 and
 time
 is
 short.
 In
 the
 coming
 decade,
 a
 development
momentum
is
expected
in
the
Northern
Negev
due
to
the
relocation
of
 IDF
 [Israel
 Defense
 Forces,
 Israeli
 army]
 camps
 to
 the
 Beer
 Sheba
 region.
 Approximately
20
billion
Shekels
were
allocated
solely
for
the
construction
of
these
 camps,
and
it
is
possible
to
assume
that
an
additional,
significant
sum
of
money
will
 be
 invested
 in
 the
 surrounding
 infrastructure
 for
 their
 development
 needs.
 In
 this
 situation,
 we
 have
 before
 us
 a
 special
 opportunity
 for
 creating
 conditions
 that
 will
 make
 it
 possible
 for
 the
 Bedouin
 community
 in
 the
 Negev
 to
 be
 a
 part
 of
 the
 prosperity
anticipated
for
the
Beer
Sheba
region.
A
10
year
old
child
will
be
20
in
a
 decade
 and
 the
 time
 to
 properly
 develop
 his
 abilities
 is
 in
 the
 coming
 years.
 The
 necessary
 solution
 for
 this
 end
 is,
 however,
 complex
 and
 multi‐faceted.
 The
 Goldberg
 Commission
 (2008,
 Section
 72)
 related
 to
 the
 complexity
 of
 the
 solution:
 "an
 integrated,
 encompassing
 
 solution
 is
 required
 to
 the
 issue
 of
 land
 and
 the
 matters
of
settlement
planning,
employment
and
education,
as
these
are
part
of
the
 question
of
the
conditions
of
life
in
the
settlements
(both
those
that
are
recognized
 and
those
that
will
be
recognized)".
 The
 issue
 of
 the
 Bedouins
 in
 the
 Negev
 involves
 fundamental
 questions
 regarding
 the
 definition
 of
 proper
 relations
 between
 the
 state
 and
 its
 citizens,
 between
 a
 majority
and
a
minority,
between
society
as
a
whole
and
the
individual,
and
between
 the
 individual
 and
 society.
 The
 public
 discourse
 regarding
 this
 issue
 also
 raises
 disputes
 within
 Bedouin
 society
 between
 tradition
 and
 change,
 adults
 and
 youths,
 women
 and
 men,
 between
 Bedouins
 who
 claim
 ownership
 of
 property
 and
 those
 who
do
not
make
this
claim,
between
those
who
claim
ownership
of
land
that
lays
 within
the
boundaries
of
recognized
planned
settlements
and
those
who
claim
land
 outside
them,
between
the
burden
of
the
past
and
hopes
for
the
future.
The
lack
of
 trust
 of
 the
 government
 that
 the
 Bedouins
 feel
 hinders
 this
 discourse,
 and
 the
 slogans
 uttered
 by
 those
 who
 deny
 any
 compromise,
 Bedouins
 and
 Jews
 alike,
 threaten
it.
 During
 the
 dialogue
 with
 the
 public,
 we
 heard
 many
 expressions
 of
 the
 Bedouins'
 identification
with
the
state
and
their
wish
to
solve
their
problems,
so
that
they
will
 not
be
a
burden
and
can
integrate
properly
into
Israeli
society.
Moreover,
we
were
 witness
to
the
feelings
of
injustice
and
the
demands
to
amend
it
and
heard
serious
 3

 objections
 to
 the
 government's
 plan,
 the
 draft
 law
 and
 also
 proposals
 for
 their
 improvement.

 However,
we
also
heard
proposals
that
disregard
reality
and
its
constraints.
Within
 the
theoretical
discussion
of
the
issue
of
the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev
in
recent
years,
 concepts
 such
 as
 "transitional
 justice"
 (during
 a
 change
 of
 sovereignty),
 property
 rights
of
semi‐nomads
and
"indigenous
rights"
have
been
raised.
These
concepts
are
 not
appropriate
to
reality,
and
this
discourse,
as
interesting
and
thought
provoking
 as
it
is,
has
not
so
far
produced
a
feasible
solution
to
the
difficult
problem
we
face,
 one
that
would
be
in
line
with
the
limitations
of
economic,
legal,
social
and
political
 reality.
 It
 must
 also
 be
 noted
 that
 as
 there
 is
 no
 joint
 community
 claim
 of
 land
 ownership,
 only
 a
 cluster
 of
 private
 claims,
 it
 is
 difficult
 to
 view
 them
 as
 an
 expression
of
"distributional
justice"
since
the
claimants
comprise
a
small
minority
of
 the
population
of
Bedouins
in
the
Negev,
and
the
distribution
of
the
land
between
 them
is
not
equal
in
any
way.

 The
demand
for
the
realization
of
all
of
the
claims
of
the
Bedouins
does
not
bring
a
 solution
 any
 closer,
 the
 opposite
 is
 true,
 and
 time
 for
 an
 efficient
 and
 pragmatic
 solution
 of
 the
 problem
 is
 coming
 running
 out.
 Those
 who
 demand
 the
 full
 realization
of
all
of
the
ownership
claims
for
a
minority
of
the
Bedouins
on
the
basis
 of
"absolute
justice"
must
not
be
allowed
to
deny
over
100,000
Bedouin
children
the
 conditions
 vital
 for
 a
 better
 future
 that
 will
 be
 based
 on
 a
 compromise.
 The
 implementation
of
the
principles
of
social
justice
to
Bedouin
children
in
the
Negev
 and
to
their
families
is
the
obligation
of
the
state
which
must,
within
a
few
years,
 advance
a
reasonable
solution
that
will
help
them
exploit
their
talents
and
realize
 their
natural
right
to
happiness
just
like
any
other
child
in
Israel.
 We
must
not
reconcile
ourselves
to
the
conditions
in
which
the
Bedouins
live
in
the
 Negev,
 and
 in
 order
 to
 change
 these
 an
 effort
 must
 be
 made
 by
 both
 the
 government
 and
 the
 Bedouin
 population
 and
 its
 leaders.
 There
 is
 no
 escaping
 the
 recognition
of
the
limitations
of
the
legal
framework
and
of
the
social
and
political
 conditions
that
prevail
in
the
country
and,
therefore,
it
must
not
be
anticipated
that
 there
 will
 be
 conclusive
 plans
 that
 will
 please
 everyone.
 In
 the
 words
 of
 Justice
 Goldberg
in
the
report
summarizing
the
deliberations
of
the
commission
he
headed
 (Section
71):
"Beyond
the
legal
aspect,
a
pragmatic
initiative
is
required
that
will
lead
 to
 a
 fair
 and
 feasible
 solution
 of
 the
 struggle
 over
 the
 land
 and
 the
 dispute
 over
 settlement".
Following
a
public
process
of
consultation
regarding
the
government's
 decision
of
11.9.11,
the
government
proposed
this
pragmatic
initiative,
and
we
are
 now
at
a
propitious
time
which
still
makes
a
solution
possible.
This
opportunity
must
 not
be
missed
as
the
postponement
of
the
solution
proposed
here
will
only
worsen
 existing
hardships
to
the
point
of
creating
a
dead
end,
a
situation
that
will
command
 4

 an
economic,
social
and
human
price
from
Bedouin
society
and
all
other
inhabitants
 of
the
Negev.

 
 D.
 Government
 Actions
 for
 the
 Economic
 and
 Social
 Advancement
 of
 the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev
 In
order
to
advance
the
social
and
economic
growth
of
the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev,
 even
 before
 the
 completion
 of
 the
 planning
 of
 the
 settlements,
 and
 prior
 to
 the
 settlement
of
the
claims
of
land
ownership,
the
present
government
allocated
vast
 resources
 for
 social,
 economic
 and
 physical
 development,
 and
 approved
 a
 detailed
 plan,
budgeted
at
1.2
billion
shekels,
for
the
coming
five
years
that
will
be
allocated
 to
 the
 following
 areas:
 employment
 (360
 million
 shekels),
 education
 (90
 million
 shekels),
infrastructure
supporting
employment
and
education
with
an
emphasis
on
 transportation
 infrastructure
 (450
 million
 shekels),
 personal
 security
 (215
 million
 shekels)
and
social
and
community
needs
(90
million
shekels).
This
plan,
exceptional
 in
 its
 scope,
 is
 administered
 by
 the
 Headquarters
 for
 the
 Implementation
 of
 the
 Settlement
 and
 the
 Economic
 Development
 of
 the
 Bedouins
 in
 the
 Negev
 in
 the
 Prime
 Minister's
 office,
 and
 supplements
 the
 annual
 allocation
 for
 physical
 infrastructure
 in
 the
 settlements
 totaling
 a
 quarter
 of
 a
 billion
 shekels,
 which
 is
 administered
 by
 the
 Authority
 for
 the
 Regulation
 of
 the
 Bedouin
 Settlement
 in
 the
 Negev.
Therefore,
beyond
the
regular
government
ministries’
budgets
in
the
coming
 years,
the
government
plans
to
invest,
approximately
half
a
billion
shekels
annually
 directly
to
the
development
and
advancement
of
the
Bedouins
in
the
Negev.
In
this
 regard,
it
is
worth
noting
the
cooperation
that
is
developing
between
the
leadership
 of
the
Bedouin
settlements
and
the
Jews
in
the
Negev.
 In
 this
 framework,
 employment
 centers
 are
 planned
 in
 the
 Bedouin
 settlements
 in
 the
 Negev
 that
 will
 provide
 comprehensive
 services
 in
 the
 field
 of
 employment.
 In
 addition,
 industrial
 and
 employment
 zones
 will
 be
 established
 for
 the
 Bedouin
 settlements,
 an
 example
 for
 which
 is
 the
 "Of
 Oz"
 plant
 located
 in
 Segev
 Shalom
 which
employs
seven
hundred
workers,
half
of
them
Bedouin
women,
and
the
Idan
 Hanegev
industrial
zone
near
the
Bedouin
town
of
Rahat,
which
is
shared
by
Rahat
 and
the
Bnei
Shimon
and
Lehavim
councils
where,
among
other
industries,
a
"Soda
 Stream"
 factory
 will
 be
 built
 which
 is
 expected
 to
 employ
 a
 thousand
 workers.
 In
 addition,
today
the
biggest
real
estate
enterprise
in
the
country
is
in
Rahat,
providing
 a
framework
for
a
response
to
the
anticipated
and
substantial
population
growth
of
 Rahat,
up
to
80,000
within
several
years,
through
the
construction
of
4500
housing
 units
in
the
southern
part
of
the
town,
whose
plan
permits
multi‐storied
buildings.
 The
 demand
 for
 this
 project
 –
 whose
 architectural
 plan
 won
 a
 prize
 of
 the
 International
Society
of
City
and
Regional
Planners
(ISOCARP
)
–
exceeds
the
supply.
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