In Isolated Israeli Settlements, Netanyahu’s Push for Annexation Gets Complicated

ATERET, West Bank—In a hilltop hamlet, at the rear of yellow steel gates with an armed guard, Palestinian laborers are functioning to expand Jewish homes in this isolated Israeli settlement, with base-line issues that eclipse desires of their statehood.

“In Ramallah, there is no revenue. In Israel, there is,” claimed Wassim TabTab, 43 yrs outdated, as he took a break from functioning on introducing a second floor to a Jewish Israeli family’s property in Ateret, a settlement in the coronary heart of territory Palestinians claim as a foreseeable future state.