Israeli government decided to transfer settlers from the outpost "Migron", built on private Palestinian land, to a site in the settlement of "Kochav Yaakov", located west of Ramallah.
The Israeli government announced that it has developed standards and priorities of the political will to refrain from implementation of the resolutions issued by the Supreme Court concerning the evacuation and demolition of random outposts built on private Palestinian land ownership.
And the transfer of the website of the newspaper "Haaretz" for director of the Department of Public Prosecution Appeals in Osnat Mandel informed the Supreme Court that will be the demolition of buildings, illegal settlement built on Palestinian land privately owned "in all circumstances" but the government will prioritize the implementation of this policy.
Came the words Mendel during the consideration of the Supreme Court today in a petition filed by the Palestinian citizen Abdul Rahman Kassim, with the assistance organization "Yesh Din" Israeli human rights group, called through the demolition of two buildings still under construction and belonging to the settlement of "Bethel," which will be built on land ownership.
It is noteworthy that these buildings are not the five buildings in the outpost random "Givat Hiobannah" which Israel considers a living follower of the settlement of "Bethel," and urged the Court, last Friday, to postpone the evacuation of settlers, including the demolition being built on land ownership of private Palestinian as well.
The newspaper added that the Israeli army took over the land owned by the denominator in the seventy years "for military purposes," and later the buildings were built in 2010 by the owner of the land which he called the Palestinian petition the Supreme Court's decision to issue the demolition of the buildings.
The Supreme Court issued an order preventing housing buildings and in April of last year pledged to the state Bhedmama but at the last minute backed away from this pledge and requested a postponement of its implementation in order to research in the political implications of the subject.
During its consideration of the case the Supreme Court today asked the judge Erbil our festival of the Prosecutor as to whether the policy has changed on the demolition of buildings constructed on private Palestinian land ownership.
And she replied Mendel that "policy is still the same, and the demand at the political level now is to put the priorities for implementation", and the representative of the Public Prosecutor to the example of the new policy to be pursued by the government, when the Supreme Court issued a decision to demolish buildings inhabited and built on private Palestinian land in the settlement of "Ofra" and said the state court that "at present, will not evacuate Ofra."
She added that the crew of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak will discuss the numerous cases that require the demolition of buildings in the settlements built on private Palestinian land, and that among the considerations that will examine whether the buildings inhabited or not and whether there are disputes over land ownership.
For his part, Undersecretary of the petitioners' lawyer Michael Sfard said Barak and Netanyahu pledged to demolish the buildings in the settlement of "Bethel," and now are putting the owner of the land and the court before the new realities of a few days before the deadline for the implementation of the demolition.
He asked Sfard "Do you talk going on about the reasons for regarding the prioritization or things a coalition or political? Leaders of the state declared through the media they do not intend to implement the demolition and here is seeking the prosecution to rotate the angle and the request (to postpone demolition) no more than audacity."
In the meantime, the Israeli government decided unanimously at its weekly meeting today, the transfer of settlers from the outpost random "Migron", built on private Palestinian land ownership, to a site in the settlement of "Kochav Yaakov", located west of Ramallah.
The Supreme Court has issued a decision to evacuate the outpost and the demolition of "Migron" By the first of August.
The radio said the Israeli public that the government's decision to transfer settlers "Migron" no later than mid-July.
In the meantime, provided the "Yesh Din", on behalf of Palestinian landowners, appealed to the Supreme Court against the government's request to postpone the evacuation and demolition of houses in the outpost "Givat Hiobannah" near the settlement of "Bethel."
Netanyahu has pledged a year ago before the court to vacate five buildings are constructed on private Palestinian land in the "Givat Hiobannah" By the first of next May, after Tuesday, but the government asked the court last Friday to postpone implementation of the resolution.
The Israeli media that the members of Knesset from the Meretz party, Zahava Gal-Ilan and Galion and Nitzan Horovitz submitted a request to the Supreme Court to join the appeal against the postponement of the demolition of buildings in the outpost.
He said members of the Knesset in their demand that "we want to give a voice to the Israeli public that has been silenced and damaged than the provision of government to request" to defer the implementation of the demolition, and accused the legal adviser to the government of Judea Vinhtaan and prosecutors as this step, but "failed to professionally and ethically, and we want to participate in the petition because it was breaking the rules of the game. "
For its part, condemned the Palestinian National Authority in the words of the presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rdainah, the approval of the Israeli government to build housing units in the settlement of Kochav Yaakov near Ramallah.
He said in a press release for 'Wafa', said the decision to proceed with the settlement refutes the statements of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the achievement of peace, because that requires an immediate and comprehensive settlement.
Abu Rudeina urged the international community to force the Israeli government, on the cessation of one-sided full that put obstacles to the peace process.