The Israeli authorities approved the establishment of a new settlement in the West Bank
The Israeli military-political Cabinet approved the decision to establish a new Jewish settlement on the West Bank of the Jordan river, the press service of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“The military-political Cabinet headed by the Prime Minister tonight unanimously approved the establishment of a new settlement in the valley of Shiloh,” reads the message on the page of Mr. Netanyahu in Facebook.
Earlier this month, the Israeli Parliament passed a law allowing it to deny a visa to foreigners who oppose Jewish settlements in the region of Judea and Samaria, more commonly known as the West Bank of the Jordan river.
The reason for the ban on entry into the country can become the call for “economic, cultural or academic” boycott of tel Aviv or the promise to participate in such a boycott.