Beit El

What is Beit El known for?


written news

, fines", Haaretz, Dec 30, 2003, In 2008, Katz became chairman of the National Union (Israel) HaIchud HaLeumi (National Union) party, and became a Knesset member (MK) in the 18th Knesset in Israel's February 10, 2009 national elections. Arutz Sheva had a Hebrew frequency and a foreign language frequency (English, Russian, and French). Written news is offered on the websites in Hebrew


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Israel Ministry of Defense location Israel isbn 965-05-0193-2 page 319 edition 2nd language Hebrew trans_title Nature Reserves in Israel Demographics thumb Beit El synagogue (File:AvrahamOhavi90.JPG) Beit El has a large percentage of immigrants from other countries, like India, Peru, Ethiopia and Russia and is also home to a unique community of Bnei Menashe from Manipur and Mizoram. Many immigrants live in caravans. Most inhabitants are affiliated


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inhabitants on the land originally seized for "temporarily" military use. This contrary to the ''"1979 Elon Moreh ruling"''. Yesh Din, Yossi Gurvitz, ''Rewarding the lawbreakers: New settlement homes on confiscated lands''. +972, 13 February 2013 The 90 housing units were part of a 300 homes plan, earlier approved by the government in return for non-violent evacuation from Ulpana. Peace Now, 9 May 2013, ''The Government Approves 296 Units in Beit El'' Tovah Lazaroff, ''Plans published for 90 homes in Beit El settlement''. Jerusalem Post, 11 February 2013 In May 2013, just during new US shuttle diplomacy to revive the peace process, the Civil Administration approved 296 homes to build, allegedly also to be compensation for Israelis who were evicted from Ulpana. Al Jazeera, 9 May 2013 ''Israel okays new settler homes near Ramallah'' According to Peace Now, the ''296 units plan'' comes in addition to the 90 homes approved in February, the 200 units approved in December 2012 and 30 temporary homes. In January 2013, the yeshiva requested the Court to limit the compensation for the Palestinian land owners to a maximum amount. They also asked to prohibit the Palestinians to turn to any organization, including government authorities, to request further reparations, as it could hamper the continued development of Beit El. Geography and climate Beit El has a higher elevation than Jerusalem, and has cool nights in the summer and occasional snow in the winter. The Pisgat Ya'akov neighborhood (also named Jabel Artis) has a hilltop observatory with a commanding view of the surrounding hills where one may view as far away as the Tel Aviv area (Gush Dan) and Mount Hermon on clear days. Northeast of Beit El is the Ma'yanoth Qara' Nature Reserve, so named on account of its proximity to the nearby village of Dura al-Qara'. The nature reserve is the site of five natural springs whose source is a channel carved between overlying cliffs. The limestone formations at the springs are dated to the Cenomanian age. The nature reserve is noteworthy as a habitat for the Hedera helix ivy, not known to grow anywhere else between the region of Edom to the south and the Galilee to the north, as well as the Teucrium montbretii (Teucrium), which grows only in the vicinity of Ramallah. ) is a Religious Zionist (Religious Zionism) yeshiva situated in the Israeli settlement of Beit El, a community in the Binyamin (Mateh Binyamin Regional Council) region near Ramallah in the West Bank.


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title Environmental Peacebuilding Theory and Practice A Case Study of the Good Water Neighbours Project and In Depth Analysis of the Wadi Fukin Tzur Hadassah Communities url http: www.humansecuritygateway.com documents ECOPEACE_PeaceBuildingMiddleEast_GoodWaterNeighboursProject.pdf publisher EcoPeace Friends of the Earth pages 29–35 accessdate 19 July 2011 date January 2008 At the end of 2007, it had a total population of 38,800 consisting


unique community

Israel Ministry of Defense location Israel isbn 965-05-0193-2 page 319 edition 2nd language Hebrew trans_title Nature Reserves in Israel Demographics thumb Beit El synagogue (File:AvrahamOhavi90.JPG) Beit El has a large percentage of immigrants from other countries, like India, Peru, Ethiopia and Russia and is also home to a unique community of Bnei Menashe from Manipur and Mizoram. Many immigrants live in caravans. Most inhabitants are affiliated


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Elon was the former Deputy Chief Justice of Israel and his brother, Rabbi Mordechai Elon, is a prominent figure in the Religious Zionist Movement. ) (''Channel Seven'') is an Israeli media network identifying with Religious Zionism. It offers online news in English (English language), Hebrew language Hebrew


buildings

Organization has halted land transactions in the Aleph neighbourhood of Beit El after it emerged that some 250 buildings there were constructed illegally, and fraud is suspected. Biblical history In Biblical (Tanakh) times, Beit El (Bethel (Israel)) (literally, "The House of God") was the site where Jacob slept and dreamt of the angels coming up and down a ladder (Genesis 28:19). "Bethel" in M. G. Easton, ''Illustrated Bible

and Zalman Baruch Melamed, JewishVirtualLibrary, ''BET(H)-EL''. Torah MiTzion, ''Love of The Land: Beit El''. 23 October 2004 partly by trespassing on private land and partly on land purchased by the Himnuta company (a subsidiary of JNF-KKL). It includes public buildings and civilian permanent homes

35.2459293&z 15&l 0&m w Wikimapia Maoz Tzur was erected on area of the IDF base in 1998. ''Hopes for Peace Talks Dim As Israel Extends Settlement''. New York Times, 1 January 1998 Ulpana thumbnail The Ulpana apartment buildings. In the background the caravan outpost ''Jabel Artis'' (File:BetEl6.jpg) In 1999, encouraged by Benjamin Netanyahu, ref


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. Seventeen families settled nearby the Israel Defense Forces base. Subsequently the community divided into two settlements. ''Beit El Aleph'' (Beit El A) was a residential religious community (Residential community) in the southern part of Beit El, populated by residents who worked in the free professions outside the yishuv. ''Beit El Bet'' (Beit El B) was settled on the northern hill around the yeshiva center, founded by Ya'akov Katz (politician born 1951)#Beit El Ya'akov Katz

name JTA Eetta Prince-Gibson, ''Battle lines drawn in the West Bank’s Ulpana neighborhood, with far-reaching implications''. JTA, 1 May 2012. the establishment of the Ulpana neighborhood (Giv'at Ha'ulpana) was started northeast of Beit El. It is named after the two illegally built religious high schools for girls (ulpana's). The construction of apartment houses, developed

with the Religious Zionist Movement. The rabbis of the town are Rabbi Shlomo Aviner and Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed who is also the rosh yeshiva of the local Beit El Yeshiva. edu-negev, ''"BELAVE SAMAACH"''. Retrieved 2 March 2013 Economy The yeshiva owns and operates Israel National Radio which operates out of studios in Beit El and Petah Tikva. http


home site

that opened up the southern West Bank to Jewish settlement. The small mobile home site housing 25 families eventually became the municipality of Kedumim, one of the major settlements in the West Bank. The Sebastia model was subsequently copied in Beit El, Shavei Shomron, and other settlements. thumb right 250px ''Bobov Hachnasat Sefer Torah (File:Betarsefertorah.jpg)'' to the Boston (Boston (Hasidic dynasty)) synagogue in Beitar Illit. '''Beitar Illit''' (


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and caravans. Summary of "Spiegel Database" by Yesh Din,analysis reference SpiegelDatabaseEng.pdf ''“Spiegel Database” of West Bank settlements and outposts developed by the Israeli Ministry of Defense''.analysis reference israeli-defense-ministry-database-on-illegal-construcion-in-the-territories. Full document in Hebrew. While the Government explicitly declared that requisition of the land was only

, without approval. Haaretz, Uri Blau, ''Secret Israeli database reveals full extent of illegal settlement''. 30 January 2009. The published documentanalysis reference israeli-defense-ministry-database-on-illegal-construcion-in-the-territories in Hebrew:. (A small) Part of it was translated in english by Yesh Din:

analysis reference SpiegelDatabaseEng.pdf ''“Spiegel Database” of West Bank settlements and outposts developed by the Israeli Ministry of Defense'' . According to Peace Now, private Palestinian property makes up 96.85% of the land that Beit El, along with its outposts. Breaking the Law in the West Bank - One Violation Leads to Another: Israeli Settlement Building on Private Palestinian Property Peace Now. 2006 October.<

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The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law (International law and Israeli settlements), but the Israeli government disputes this. The Ulpana neighbourhood was evacuated when it emerged that it was built on private Palestinian land. The World Zionist Organization has halted land transactions in the Aleph neighbourhood of Beit El after it emerged that some 250 buildings there were constructed illegally, and fraud is suspected.

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