Israel has planned to construct a new settler neighborhood to the southeast of illegal Gilo settlement east of the occupied old city of al-Quds ('Jerusalem').
Kol Ha'ir newspaper on Saturday revealed an Israeli plan to construct a new settler neighborhood to the southeast of illegal Gilo settlement east of the occupied old city of al-Quds ('Jerusalem').
The Hebrew newspaper reported that the project named "Green Gilo" will be implemented by the settlement group Manos and will include 3,000 housing units.
The paper pointed out that the plan has passed the final organization stages and that the settlement units were put for sale with each unit costing 350,000 shekels.
In a related context, Kol Ha'ir said that another construction project is being implemented in Pisgat Ze'ev settlement by Euro-Israel company where four 11-floor buildings containing 122 housing units will be built.
Euro-Israel is currently in charge of several settlement projects in al-Quds, including 146 housing units in Pisgat Ze'ev distributed in two projects, 122 in Har Homa, 78 in Neve Yaakov, 32 in Ariel, and 96 in Modi'in Illit.