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Emek Shaveh and Residents of Hebron Have Submitted an Objection to the Construction of an Elevator for Persons with Disabilities at the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron

The grounds for the objections: The plan was illegally approved  by a transitional government;  The plan is in contravention of international agreements to which Israel is a signatory;  This is an...

Humanitarianism Hebron Style

In February this year, shortly before the third round of elections held within the space of 12 months, the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, headed by Gabi Ashkenazi, discussed...

In the shadow of the coronavirus crisis, the Nature and Parks Authority is carrying out development work in the Ben Hinnom Valley in areas that are the subject of legal proceedings

In June, the Jerusalem Municipality issued public gardening orders for private land owned by Palestinians for the purpose of development work near the Elad Foundation’s café in Abu Tor.  The...

The National Infrastructure Committee Announces Route of Train to Western Wall

The plan’s Implementation will be deleterious to dozens of Palestinian families in Silwan, bolster settler-run tourist routes to the City of David, completely destroy archaeological layers around the Western Wall...

The National Infrastructure Committee Will Discuss a Train to the Western Wall

This coming Monday, February 17, the National Infrastructure Committee will discuss the plan to extend the Tel-Aviv-Jerusalem train route all the way to the Western Wall. The plan was advanced...

Naftali Bennett’s declaration of national parks in the West Bank is another step toward annulling the Oslo Accords

The implications: Israeli takeover of new territory in the West Bank ■ Violating the rights of Palestinians who live in these territories ■ Expanding tourism in West Bank territory and...

When Green Zones meet the Green Line

A new Emek Shaveh report on the impact of new tourism projects on the green areas along the Green Line in Jerusalem With the goal of obliterating the Green Line,...

The cable car will not be economically feasible

The economic feasibility report on the cable car to the Old City:  The cable car will not be economically feasible if the cost of building will rise to 30% above...

The Israel Antiquities Authority file libel suit against ‘Emek Shaveh’ following a Facebook post

In the Facebook post, Emek Shaveh claimed that the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) committed to releasing the archaeological site at Tel Motza for construction in exchange for covering the Authority’s...

The government approved the Cable Car to the Old City

The outgoing government today voted on and approved the plan to build a cable car to the Old City in a move that breaks with all rules of good governance....