Peace Now has warned that even though the land had been purchased by Jews before the creation of the state in 1948, the construction project “would have a devastating impact on the 2-state solution.”
The Civil Administration for Judea and Samaria is looking for land to build a road large enough to allow the Efrat settlement to grow by some 2,500 homes.
Continued work on the project “demonstrates the true path” of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, Peace Now stated.
It has dubbed the project E-2 and has warned that would be as devastating as the E-1 project opposite the Ma’aleh Adumim settlement, which has been widely condemned by the international community. Continue Reading »