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last updated July 9, 2009
published Dec. 1, 1990
Soviet Jewish Immigration and Israeli Settlement in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Read more:  Jewish immigration, Zionist immigration, immigration, Russian immigrants, settlements, settlement expansion
Publisher/s:  Jerusalem Media & Communications Centre
Summary: An analysis of the wave of Jewish immigration to Israel from the Soviet Union, this reference provides a snapshot of the settlement enterprise. The issue of immigration became significant in 1990 as the US pressed Israel to stop its settlement expansion. Includes glossary, graphs and casualty statistics, and references.
News
Netanyahu silent on Obama settlement freeze remarks
Sept. 12, 2010
Arab leaders set up $1 billion fund for Jerusalem
March 27, 2013
Lieberman: Prospects bleak for peace
Aug. 25, 2010


Multimedia
Settlers attack Palestinians and their property
US VP Joseph Bidenzzz*zs speech at Tel Aviv University
PM Benjamin Netanyahu in secretly-recorded video, 2001
BBC Panorama: A Walk in the Park Pt. 1


Documents
US Letter of Assurances on the Terms of the Peace, 1991
A Comparative Analysis of Israeli Settlement Construction in the West Bank between 2004 and 2008
United Nations Security Council Resolution 446


Publications
Beg, Borrow or Steal! Israeli Settlement in the Occupied Territories
Poll No. 68, June 2009 - Palestinian opinions towards the national dialogue in Cairo between Fateh and Hamas Movements
Poll No. 18, December 1996- On Palestinian Attitudes Towards Current Issues


Background
Sheikh Jarrah
Closure
Environment


Resources
Znet article on Bilins struggle against the Wall and settlements
B’tselem – Land expropriation and settlements statistics (English)
Settlers push to evict two more East Jerusalem families, Nir Hasson, April 7, 2010, Haaretz online


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