The Times of Israel wrote
about Regavim, which is dedicated to defending the land of Israel, and is keeping track of EU efforts to delegitimize Israel:
Most recently, the group has chosen to focus on the European Union and its massive funding of illegal Bedouin construction in areas east of Jerusalem, commonly known as E-1. According to a report published in January titled “Illegal EU building in Adumim Region,” over the past two years the European Union has helped erect hundreds of illegal structures in area C of the West Bank, administratively controlled by Israel, in violation of Israeli building laws.
“One could never imagine that Germany would fund the building of thousands of illegal dwelling places in the suburbs of Paris as a ‘permanent solution’ for the Roma living in France, in complete opposition to the policy and laws of France,” claimed the report’s introduction.
Beyond its genuine concern for the well-being of the poorest Palestinians, the EU is politically motivated to entrench the Jahallin Bedouin on the strategic tracts of land they currently settle in order to maintain Arab contiguity between the northern and southern West Bank, Regavim argued. But the organization takes issue not only with Europe, but also with Israel’s bureaucracy and legal system which allows the situation to continue unabated.
“Europe has decided to go it alone, and Israel has decided to allow it,” said Ari Biggs, Regavim’s director of international relations. The EU did not submit a response to Regavim’s allegations by time of publication.
I figure they have no intention to, having made up their sick minds where they stand. This cannot be allowed to go on, and it's time to start cutting down on these stealth tactics the EU's engaging in.
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