Israel to Double Number of Illegal Jewish Settlers in Golan Heights (VIDEO)

Israeli Government approves a plan to double the number of illegal Jewish settlers in the Golan Heights. (Photo: via Prime Minister of Israel Twitter page)

The Israeli government unanimously approved on Sunday a NIS1 billion ($317m) plan to increase the number of Jewish settlers in the occupied Golan Heights, Israeli media reported.

“This is our moment,” Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennet said, according to The Times of Israel, adding: “This is the moment of the Golan Heights. After long and static years in terms of the scope of the settlement, our goal today is to double settlement in the Golan Heights.”

On his Twitter account, Bennet wrote: “We are making history in the Golan.”

His remarks came during a meeting for his government held on Sunday in the occupied Golan Heights.

The goal of the settlement plan is to boost the population in the Golan Heights between 2022 and 2025, which aims to increase the number of settlers to 100,000.

Bennett said: “Every knowledgeable person in the world understands that it is preferable to have Israeli heights (Golan Heights) that are quiet, flourishing and green as opposed to the alternative.”

“It doesn’t matter how many cabinet meetings are held on the Golan, it is occupied Syrian territory,” Arab MK Ahmad Tibi tweeted.

“All parts of the coalition are responsible for the decisions made during this cabinet meeting, as well as for the deepening of the settlements and the violence of settlers,” Tibi added.

(MEMO, PC, Social Media)

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1 Comment

  1. That the Israeli government is spending money to increase the scope of Jewish inhabitants in that sector, while simultaneously murdering their own people by the thousands with the bio-weapon (vaccines) is incongruent. It is just going to be spent murdering Palestinians, the rulers are involved in a death cult.

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