Beit El

What is Beit El known for?


current military

; Only a minuscule part of Beit El (the neighborhood ''Maoz Tzur'') was built on "state land". 2008 Ulpana petition (HCJ 9060 08 d.d. 29 October 2008), par. 31-41. English summary of the petition For map and satellite-view of current military basis and Beit El see 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, 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 by the Company for the Development of Beit El's Yeshiva Complex with CEO Yoel Tzur, together with Amana (Amana (organization))., was started in 2003. 2008 Ulpana petition, par. 24,29 English summary of the petition All structures in Ulpana, including public buildings, permanent homes, caravans and an industrial area, are built on private Palestinian land and without any (approved) plan. Therefore, the Sasson Report called the built-up neighborhood "also illegal". Ulpana is often called an unauthorized outpost (Israeli outpost). By the definition used in the Sasson Report, however, it is not an outpost, but rather an unauthorized neighborhood. It was built on the outskirts of Beit El with funding from the Ministry of Housing and Construction, and the homeowners received state grants and bank mortgages. Jerusalem Post, ''High Court orders Ulpana homes demolished by July 1''. 7 May 2012 A stop-work order was issued by an Israeli court as early as September 1999, followed by a number of stop-work and demolition orders, but construction has continued. Outposts Jabel Artis In 2001, the outpost ''Jabel Artis'' (also named ''Pisgat Ya'akov'') was established northeast of Ulpana. In 2003, the land was seized by military order, allegedly for use as a helipad. The residents, however, have never seen helicopters at the site. Chaim Levinson ''Beit El land deal was based on forged documents, probe finds''. Haaretz, 22 June 2012. Jabel Artis is built outside of the municipality and without an approved plan. In February 2001, caravans were placed and infrastructures were financed by the Ministry of Housing and Construction. In August 2003, Jabel Artis already had 20 caravans. The army agreed to merge another outpost, ''Tel Haim'' into Jabel Artis. Nadav Shragai, ''Beit El East outpost comes down - and moves to Mount Artis ''. Haaretz, 5 August 2003. For de outpost ''Tel Haim'': see ''Tel Haim at gettyimages'' However, Tel Haim also survived, as ''Beit El East''. An early attempt to establish an outpost on ''Mount Artis'' was on 3 January 1997. Residents of Beit El, lead by Ya'akov Katz occupied the site in a nightly action. The outpost was named ''Maoz Tzur'', after the 3 weeks earlier murdered Ita and Ephraim Tzur. Later, this name was used for the neighborhood Maoz Tzur, built at the southern edge of Beit El, and sometimes erroneously used for Ulpana. Two days later, the site was voluntarily evacuated in anticipation of further enlargement of Beit El. Mid-East Realities (MER), ''Settlers Just Keep On Going''. 4 January 1997 Other outposts thumbnail The outpost Giv'at Asaf Givat Assaf (File:GivatAssaf6956.JPG) Circa 2001, the outpost ''Beit El East'' (''Tel Haim'') appeared, consisting of a caravan neighborhood adjacent to the Beit El Camps shooting ranges (IDF). It is built on private Palestinian land with state financing. Peace Now, ''Beit El East'' Also in 2001, some ) 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.


good water

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


crime quot

MK David Rotem, Amana and Ulpana founder Yoel Tzur. The police found that land was not correctly registered, but closed the case in 2010, because "no one had committed any crime". Haaretz, Uri Blau, ''Police probing rightist MK over fake West Bank outpost deal''. 18 November 2009 Chaim Levinson, 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''' (


evacuation

El, the outpost Giv'at Asaf (Givat Assaf) was set up. Next to Givat Assaf the outpost ''Oz Zion'' was established, which was removed by the IDF forces in December 2012. Jerusalem Post, IDF completes evacuation of Oz Zion outpost. 30 December 2012. Private Palestinian lands A secret database, published by Haaretz in 2009, revealed that Beit El was largely built on private Palestinian lands

04 25 world middleeast israel-legalizes-3-west-bank-settlements.html ''Israel Retroactively Legalizes 3 West Bank Settlements'' . New York Times, 24 April 2012. The other buildings are also built on private Palestinian land, but for some reason no lawsuit was filed against them. The State committed evacuation of the buildings and carry out the demolition orders within one year. In a lawsuit of September 2011, the settlers organization Amana (Amana (organization)) and the Beit El

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


national radio

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

, French (French language), Spanish (Spanish language) and Russian (Russian language). Arutz Sheva offers free podcasts, live streaming radio, a daily email news update, streaming video and 24 hour updated text news. The Israeli government has never granted it a license to broadcast, prompting ) 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.


606

of Powers and the Roles of the judiciary Through an Israeli Perspective'' , Chapter 3.5. (office-doc) --- HCJ 606 78, ''Beit El case''. 2007, ''University of Haifa'' On 10 April 1979, the ''Joint Settlement Committee of the Israeli Government and the World Zionist Organization'' endorsed the split into the two settlements ''Beit El A'' and ''Beit El B''. UNGA,


independent national

, French (French language), Spanish (Spanish language) and Russian (Russian language). Arutz Sheva offers free podcasts, live streaming radio, a daily email news update, streaming video and 24 hour updated text news. The Israeli government has never granted it a license to broadcast, prompting charges of government discrimination against the Religious Zionist public. Arutz Sheva sees itself as "the only independent national radio station in Israel"


religious

. 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


Ramallah

of al-Bireh, adjacent to Ramallah. In September 1997, Beit El was awarded local council status. The head of the local council is Moshe Rosenbaum. As of January 2013, Beit El had a population of over 6,000 residents. The international community considers

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. ref

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.

Beit El

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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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