RAMALLAH, June 23, 2012 (WAFA) – Al-Quds newspaper Saturday highlighted a report in an Israeli daily about Jewish settlers’ involvement in forgery of land deed to take over land that belongs to Palestinians in order to build housing units in Beit El settlement including Ulpana outpost.
It reported on Peace Now rights group that Ulpana neighborhood is built on years of land theft and forgery saying that Palestinians never sold their land.
Al-Ayyam featured Israeli government appeal to postpone eviction of the settlement outpost Givat Asaf, east of Ramallah.
It highlighted attempts by the Israeli authorities to move al-Jahalin Bedouins in an-Naqab region in order to expand nearby settlements.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida reported on the West Jerusalem municipality’s bargain to build a Jewish neighborhood in the town of Abu Dis near Jerusalem in exchange for building thousands of apartments for Palestinians.
The three dailies highlighted the ongoing Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, resulting in the death of two Palestinians on Friday and injuring others.
The papers printed photos of Palestinians and foreign activists during demonstrations to protest Israeli decision to demolish a number of homes in the village of Susia, south of Hebron.