Israel approves 900 settler homes
These people do not want peace, each time before a meeting something like this happens. The Jews are just as bad as the Arabs.
Planning applications for 900 new housing units at a Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem have been approved by the Israeli interior ministry.
The planning and construction committee authorised the expansion of Gilo, which is built on land captured in 1967 and annexed to the Jerusalem municipality.
With the project yet to be reviewed, the public can still make objections.
The White House voiced dismay, saying the project made it harder to revive peace talks with the Palestinians.
Settlements on occupied territory are considered illegal under international law, though Israel disputes this.
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