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5,600 new homes in West Bank, Israel reported

According to multiple Israeli media reports, Israel has approved plans to build over 5,600 new homes in Jewish settlements located in the occupied West Bank. This move has generated significant attention and controversy as settlements in the occupied territories are considered illegal under international law.

The decision to expand the settlements has drawn criticism from various countries and organizations, who view it as an obstacle to the peace process and a hindrance to achieving a two-state solution.

The construction of new homes in these settlements is expected to have implications on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and further complicate efforts to reach a resolution. The international community continues to closely monitor the situation and express concerns regarding the expansion of settlements in the occupied territories.