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Internal Security: January 25, 2012

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A petition filed with the High Court for Justice reveals that the police internal affairs division has decided to close a case against officers from the Maale Edomim station following a complaint of abuse of a Palestinian detainee, and that the handling of the appeal filed following the decision is being delayed for more than a year.


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January 25th, 2012 at 8:52 pm

Political: 5 April, 2011

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The Jerusalem District Planning and Construction Committee, under the Ministry of Interior, approved a plan to build a national park on the slopes of Mount Scopus. According to the plan, the park will be built close to “E-1 Plan” area, which is the buffer zone separating Jerusalem and the city of Ma’ale Edomim,.

The plan prevents the expansion of Arab neighborhoods Isawiya and At-Tur. The aim of the plan is to create a physical link between Ma’ale Edomim and Jerusalem, and to disconnect East Jerusalem from the West Bank.


Political: 31 December, 2010

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The national budget for 2011-2012 allocates approximately 2 billion NIS to settlements and to the service and security of settlers. This figure does not include millions of NIS hidden in other line items of the budget. For example, the new budget allocates 58 million NIS for the development of the Maale Edomim settlelement in 2011, and 31 million NIS for its development in 2012. Additionally, 238 million NIS will be invested over the next two years in the development of the Har Homa settlement neighborhood, which is under the municipal jurisdiction of Jerusalem. (Hebrew)

Written by dena

December 31st, 2010 at 8:57 pm