In dieser Lage sei die Annexion für eine Mehrheit der Israelis nicht wichtig. Darauf habe Premier Netanyahu Rücksicht nehmen müssen, sagt. Israel: Annexionspläne verstoßen gegen das Völkerrecht "Das Völkerrecht ist glasklar und eindeutig: Die Annexion besetzter Gebiete ist ein. Die israelische Regierung plant eine Eingliederung palästinensicher Territorien in den Staat Israel. Das wäre brandgefährlich und hätte.
Israel: Annexionspläne verstoßen gegen das VölkerrechtDie Außenminister von Deutschland, Frankreich, Ägypten und Jordanien lehnen jede Annexion von palästinensischen Gebieten ab. Israel will am 1. Juli Siedlungen in den Palästinensergebieten übernehmen – und geht damit ein enormes Risiko ein. Die israelische Regierung plant eine Eingliederung palästinensicher Territorien in den Staat Israel. Das wäre brandgefährlich und hätte.
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The Israeli authorities routinely point out that fence routes can be challenged in the planning process or the courts.
They declined to comment on the specific claim about access if Givat Eitam goes ahead. This is what a future State of Palestine can look like, with a capital in parts of East Jerusalem.
Is this property owned by him? But if I don't have it, how could I offer it to you? Before a watchtower, concrete stumps alongside a dust road mark out a future line to extend Israel's network of walls, fences and checkpoints - the separation barrier.
Its construction began during the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, of , when suicide bombings frequently killed Israelis and Israel launched sweeping incursions into West Bank cities.
The settlements are seen as illegal under international law, stemming from the prohibition on countries transferring part of their populations to areas under military occupation.
Israel rejects this, arguing the territory is "disputed" rather than occupied. The Trump plan is a big break from previous peace proposals.
Some speculate that these could have led to Israel formally gaining the big settlement blocs - including the bloc containing Efrat, for example - as part of a negotiated deal with the Palestinians, who want the West Bank as part of their future state.
Most of the big settlement blocs are just across the Green Line, the armistice line from before the Arab-Israeli war, when Israel captured the West Bank from Jordanian control.
But President Trump's plan potentially awards American recognition to Israel for all the settlements and the strategically vital Jordan Valley - before any negotiations with the Palestinians.
It's ours in history. For the Jewish people it's the most important - we don't have another country to go to.
I arrive at the mayor's office. Outside is a picture of a floor mosaic found in Jordan in the s. It is known as the Madaba map, a portrayal of the Holy Land in the 6th Century.
One of its Greek inscriptions, next to Bethlehem, references the Biblical location of Ephratah. The Israeli settlement of Efrat was established in Mayor Oded Revivi is well aware of the religious and ideological connections to the land, although he says it is not the main driving force for most settlers.
Many, as he did in the s, come for potentially cheaper homes in a ready formed Jewish community. Mr Revivi talks to Mr Netanyahu.
He knows members of the American-Israeli mapping team charged with working out the territorial boundaries of annexation, and he backed the Trump plan from the start.
What of his fellow mayors attacking the prime minister from the right, claiming Israeli rights to even more of the West Bank?
Mr Revivi jabs at some of his colleagues politely. Opponents see the Trump plan as nothing more than a way to formalise a de-facto reality developed on the ground for half a century in breach of international law.
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Caroline Glick , a New Right MK candidate in the April elections, supports annexation of the entire West Bank.
Axios cite a "senior U. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman told Netanyahu's aides at a meeting of the U. On 28 May, , Netanyahu said he was committed to annexing parts of the West Bank in July once a joint Israeli-US team completes mapping the exact territory based on the conceptual map released by US President Donald Trump's administration.
A Haaretz poll investigated support for annexation among Israelis. In , Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid said that his centrist party would leave the governing coalition and topple the government if any West Bank settlements were annexed.
Tzipi Livni , leader of the centrist Hatnuah party, also said that Hatnuah would leave the coalition in the event of annexation.
Yisrael Beytenu supports redrawing the borders in order to keep as many Jews as possible within the Jewish state while transferring some Israeli Arab towns to the Palestinian state, with some Jewish settlements in the West Bank to be annexed to Israel.
The left-wing opposition parties, Labor Party and Meretz , also oppose annexation,  as do the Arab parties , which insist on Israeli withdrawal to behind the Green Line.
Anshel Pfeffer , Netanyahu's unofficial biographer stated that the Prime Minister had no intention of going through with the plan, which, he argued, was an electoral move to secure more votes.
Long-time Israeli critic of the Israel-South Africa apartheid analogy, Benjamin Pogrund , who was born in South Africa, commented that were the proposal enactment, it would be tantamount to implementing an apartheid regime, and stated that his former assessment would therefore change: '[At] least it has been a military occupation.
Now we are going to put other people under our control and not give them citizenship. That is apartheid.
That is an exact mirror of what apartheid was [in South Africa]. In June , the Donald Trump administration indicated that it might not object to the Israeli government's possible annexation of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Five senators from the opposition Democratic Party introduced a resolution condemning the idea. The West Bank is internationally recognized as militarily occupied by Israel , though Israel disputes this   and has created nearly Israeli settlements there.
Firstly, the principle of territorial integrity , that territories should not be acquired by war , as stated in the preamble to United Nations Security Council Resolution , in several U.
Secondly, it would violate the vision of a two-state solution set forth in the Oslo Accords. Thirdly, the permanent and day-to-day control of a civilian population by a foreign power, denying it the right to naturalize or participate in politics, would perpetuate a democratic deficit.
In , on the eve of plans to go forward with a form of annexation, leading figures in the British Jewish establishment, but not the Board of Deputies of British Jews , signed a letter stating that any such annexation would be an ' existential threat ' both to Israel and Zionists in Great Britain, and have grave consequences for the Palestinians.
Among the signatories were Holocaust survivor Sir Ben Helfgott , historians Sir Simon Schama and Simon Sebag Montefiore ; former Conservative foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind ; lawyer Anthony Julius ; philanthropist Dame Vivien Duffield ; scientist Lord Robert Winston ; former MP Luciana Berger ; Times columnist Daniel Finkelstein , and novelist Howard Jacobson.
That is about the size of the US state of Hawaii 28, km2 , the Caribbean nation of Haiti 27, km2 or Albania in Europe 28, km2. On the Palestinian side, the occupied territories which include Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem have a surface area of km2.
Israel has a surface area of 20, km2 based on the internationally recognised Green Line boundaries. The occupied Palestinian territories have been under Israeli military control since This makes it the longest occupation in modern history.
The segmented territories include Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Gaza Strip is a small coastal area bordering Egypt to the south.
This region is home to two million Palestinians. The West Bank is the kidney bean-shaped area to the east. It lies west of the banks of the Jordan River from where it gets its name.
East Jerusalem is located on the Palestinian side of the Green Line. Three million Palestinians live in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Israeli settlements are Jewish communities built on Palestinian land. There are between , — , Israeli settlers living in at least settlements official , unofficial in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Israeli settlements are illegal under international law as they violate the Fourth Geneva Convention, which prohibits an occupying power from transferring its population to the area it occupies.
The population of Israeli settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem is growing at a faster rate than the population of Israel.
Despite being outside of Israel proper, these settlers are granted Israeli citizenship and receive government subsidies that significantly lower their cost of living.
As of , there were , recorded settlers living in the West Bank and , in East Jerusalem. Israel says that the wall is for security purposes. However, rather than following the internationally-recognised boundary, known as the Green Line, 85 percent of the wall falls within the West Bank.
There are more than road obstacles across the West Bank including checkpoints. These checkpoints further limit Palestinian movement.
It says settlements are not an obstacle to peace and that they would remain part of Israel under any peace deal with the Palestinians, whether they are annexed now or not.
Mr Netanyahu has long championed the settlements and through annexation wants to remove any doubt as to their fate, something which strongly appeals to his political base.
Until recently, Mr Netanyahu would have faced solid opposition among the international community to such a move. However, Donald Trump's Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, unveiled in January, allows for Israel to "incorporate" all the settlements - something no previous US administration had countenanced.
It is possible that Mr Netanyahu wants to get it done before the US presidential election in November in case Mr Trump's rival Joe Biden - who opposes annexation - is elected and reverses US policy.
An agreement which returned Mr Netanyahu to office as head of a national unity government in May set 1 July as the date from which the annexation process could be initiated.
Assuming it happens Israel and the US are still deliberating exactly when and how , the settlements and surrounding areas will become permanent parts of Israel at least, from Israel's position.
Reversal would require the support of a large majority of Israeli MPs, something which is very unlikely. In practice, Israeli laws already apply to settlers, though not to Palestinians, who are subject only to Israeli military orders and Palestinian laws, so there would be little noticeable change in that respect.
One of the most significant differences annexation would likely make is in settlement construction - long one of the thorniest issues between Israel and the Palestinians.
Currently, building and zoning in the West Bank requires the approval of Israel's defence minister and prime minister, and can take months or years.