In Isolated Israeli Settlements, Netanyahu’s Push for Annexation Gets Complicated

Joseph B. Hash

ATERET, West Bank—In a hilltop hamlet, powering yellow metal gates with an armed guard, Palestinian laborers are operating to broaden Jewish properties in this isolated Israeli settlement, with base-line factors that eclipse desires of their statehood. “In Ramallah, there is no income. In Israel, there is,” said Wassim TabTab, 43 […]

ATERET, West Bank—In a hilltop hamlet, powering yellow metal gates with an armed guard, Palestinian laborers are operating to broaden Jewish properties in this isolated Israeli settlement, with base-line factors that eclipse desires of their statehood.

“In Ramallah, there is no income. In Israel, there is,” said Wassim TabTab, 43 years previous, as he took a split from operating on introducing a 2nd floor to a Jewish Israeli family’s household in Ateret, a settlement in the coronary heart of territory Palestinians assert as a upcoming state.

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