Friday 22 September 2017 
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Israeli ministers approve bill aimed at keeping Quds control

The controversial bill was given the green light on Sunday; after full approval it will make it difficult for an Israeli prime minister to return any part of land to Palestinians as part of a future peace deal.

 

Israeli ministers have approved legislation aimed at taking complete control of al-Quds ('Jerusalem') by the Tel Aviv regime.

 

The controversial bill was given the green light on Sunday; after full approval it will make it difficult for an Israeli prime minister to return any part of land to Palestinians as part of a future peace deal.

 

Introduced by a far-right political party, the bill requires three-fourths of the Israeli parliament (Knesset) to vote in favor of returning land to the Palestinians.

 

Bayit Yehudi, leader of the Naftali Bennett party said that “uniting around the united Jerusalem bill will strengthen us in the world and prevent future pressures on Israel.”

 

"The united Jerusalem bill... will prevent any possibility of dividing Jerusalem,” he added.




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