An anti-Zionist lawsuit against the “unauthorized settlement” of Rachelim resulted in it decreed a legal Israeli town by the courts.
By Maayana Miskin
The Samaria (Shomron) town of Rachelim has finally become a fully authorized community, following a lawsuit from the far-left group Yesh Din.
Rachelim, a Jewish village built in honor of victims of terrorism, was established with the government’s full cooperation and assistance. The Housing Ministry even built many of the homes through the Amidar company.
The community had all the right paperwork and signatures as well – save for one. Continue Reading »