The Hebrew weekly Kol Ha’ir said that two of four new apartment buildings in the illegal settlement of Neve Ya’akov, northeast of Occupied Jerusalem, have become ready to house settlers.
According to the newspaper, the four nine-story buildings consist of 78 housing units and only two of them were recently prepared to accommodate settler families.
Euro-Israel construction company, which has carried out the project, is also working on finishing the building of housing units in other illegal settlements in east Jerusalem, 146 of them in Pisgat Ze’ev settlement and 250 in Har Homa, Ariel and Modi’in.
The same company has already been hired to carry out similar housing projects around Tel Aviv in the cities of Petah Tikva, Ashkelon and Rishon Lezion.
(Source / 12.08.2017)