Israel's Creeping Annexation

@article{Dajani2017IsraelsCA,
  title={Israel's Creeping Annexation},
  author={Omar M. Dajani},
  journal={AJIL Unbound},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={51 - 56}
}
  • O. Dajani
  • Published 10 May 2017
  • Political Science
  • AJIL Unbound
A raft of legislative proposals introduced in the Knesset over the last several years has raised the specter of Israeli annexation of additional West Bank territory. One bill would provide for nearly automatic application of new Knesset legislation to Israelis residing in the West Bank. A second would authorize the expropriation under certain circumstances of privately-owned Palestinian land for incorporation into Israeli settlements, extending the Knesset's reach to the regulation of West Bank… 

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