New 1,400 Housing Unit Plan in East Jerusalem
The Israeli Planning Panel of the jerusalem Municipality is set to approve a new building project that includes at least 1,400 homes in a settlement neighborhood in East Jerusalem, media agencies reported on Sunday.
Jerusalem planning commission is expected to authorize, next week, a two-phase construction project of 1,400 new housing units on area between the Gilo settlement and the settlement of Har Homa (Abu Ghneim), located beyond the Green Line, Israeli military radio announced on Sunday.
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