AFI, Africa Israel Investments, American Friends of Ariel, American Friends of Bet El Yeshiva, American Friends of Har Homa, American Friends of Ulpana Ofra, Bank Hapoalim, Bank Leumi Le-Israel, Benny Gantz, Christian Friends of Israeli Communities, Daniel Gilbert, Efrat Development Foundation, Elliott Abrams, Falic Family Foundation, farmland, Friends of Israel Defense Forces, G4S, Gush Etzion Foundation, Haim Saban, Hewlett-Packard, Honenu National Legal Defense Organization, Irving Moskowitz, Israel, Israeli Elections, Jewish settlements, John Hagee, jordan valley, Karnei Shomron Foundation, Lawrence Ellison, Lev Leviev, Motorola Solutions, Netanyahu, Norman Braman, Orbital ATK, Palestine, Palestinian State, RE/MAX, Sheldon Adelson, The Hebron Fund, The Jewish National Fund, Trump, Veolia Environmental Services, Volvo, West Bank
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a last-day nationalist campaign pitch, said Monday he would annex all the Jewish settlements in the West Bank… if he wins his close re-election bid Tuesday against main challenger Benny Gantz.” (Bredemeier-VOA News)
There is an ongoing lawsuit against Trump Megadonor-Netanyahu supporter Sheldon Adelson, and many others, including friend of Putin and large Chabad Lubavitch donor, Lev Leviev, regarding the Israeli “settlements“. Recall that Trump’s son-in-law, daughter and grandchildren, are members of the Chabad Lubavitch sect. According to the lawsuit, “the individual defendants (excluding Abrams) funneled millions of dollars through the defendant tax-exempt entities and banks to Israeli villages called “settlements.” Armed with this financial assistance, the settlement leaders hired full-time security coordinators who trained a militia of Israeli settlers to kill Palestinians and confiscate their property. The defendant construction and support firms destroyed property belonging to the plaintiff Palestinians and built settlements in its place…”
“The individual defendants include Sheldon Adelson, Norman Braman, Lawrence Ellison, Daniel Gilbert, John Hagee, Lev Leviev, Irving Moskowitz and Haim Saban. The tax-exempt entities include American Friends of Ariel, American Friends of Bet El Yeshiva, American Friends of Har Homa, American Friends of Ulpana Ofra, Christian Friends of Israeli Communities, Efrat Development Foundation, Falic Family Foundation, Friends of Israel Defense Forces, Gush Etzion Foundation, Honenu National Legal Defense Organization, Karnei Shomron Foundation, The Hebron Fund and The Jewish National Fund. The banks include Bank Leumi Le-Israel and Bank Hapoalim.
The construction and support firms include G4S, RE/MAX, Africa Israel Investments, Veolia Environmental Services, Volvo, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola Solutions and Orbital ATK. The former United States deputy national security advisor is Elliott Abrams” (US Court of Appeals, BASSEM AL-TAMIMI, ET AL., APPELLANTS v.SHELDON ADELSON) Read more here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/08/16/palestinian-lawsuit-against-trump-megadonor-sheldon-adelson-others-for-civil-conspiracy-genocide-other-war-crimes/
From VOA News:
“Netanyahu Promises More West Bank Annexations, If He Wins Re-election By Ken Bredemeier September 16, 2019 08:41 AM Updated Date Mon, 09/16/2019 – 12:50
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a last-day nationalist campaign pitch, said Monday he would annex all the Jewish settlements in the West Bank over the protests of Palestinian leaders, if he wins his close re-election bid Tuesday against main challenger Benny Gantz.
In an 11th-hour media blitz, Netanyahu told Israeli Army Radio, “I intend to extend sovereignty on all the settlements and the [settlement] blocs,” including “sites that have security importance or are important to Israel’s heritage.”
Netanyahu, Israel’s longest-serving leader, is facing his toughest political fight to win a record fifth term to stay in power even as he is confronting possible corruption charges. Israel is staging its second national vote in less than six months, with Netanyahu unable to cobble together a parliamentary majority to form a government after the April vote.
Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz gets surrounded by his supporters as he arrives to election campaign in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sept. 15, 2019.
Polls show Tuesday’s contest too close to call, with Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party tied with Gantz’s centrist Blue and White party, with neither predicted to win a majority of seats in the 120-member Knesset, Israel’s parliament. Ten parties could win seats in the legislature.
That could possibly leave Avigdor Lieberman, a former defense minister and one-time Netanyahu ally but now a rival, as the kingmaker to form a coalition government.
Lieberman, the head of the Israel Beitenu party, could double his seats in parliament from five to 10. His campaign slogan is to “make Israel normal again,” a motto aimed at combating what he says is the undue influence of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox parties on political life in the country.
In the run-up to the election, Netanyahu has tried to bolster his nationalist support, along with an assist from his long-time friend, U.S. President Donald Trump, who last weekend floated the possibility of a mutual defense pact between the decades-long allies.
Trump said such a treaty “would further anchor the tremendous alliance between our two countries.”
The U.S. also has another link to the Israeli election, with the Trump administration expected to release its long-delayed Israeli-Palestinian peace plan soon after the vote. The U.S. in June unveiled a $50 billion plan to boost Palestinian economic fortunes, but neither the Palestinians nor Israelis attended the announcement in Bahrain.
Netanyahu has made several campaign pledges in an attempt to win over nationalist voters. He vowed to annex the Jordan Valley, an area Palestinians consider as key farmland in any future Palestinian state. In protest, the Palestinian Authority held a Cabinet meeting in the Jordan Valley village of Fasayil on Monday, a day after Israel’s Cabinet met elsewhere in the valley.
“The Jordan Valley is part of Palestinian lands and any settlement or annexation is illegal,” Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh said at the start of the meeting. “We will sue Israel in international courts for exploiting our land and we will continue our struggle against the occupation on the ground and in international forums.”
Gantz, a former Israeli military chief, has presented himself as an honorable alternative to Netanyahu, who is facing a possible corruption indictment in the coming weeks.
“Blue and White under my leadership will change the direction of the ship of state of Israeli democracy,” he wrote in the Maariv newspaper. “No more instigating rifts in an attempt to divide and conquer, but rather quick action to form a unity government.” https://www.voanews.com/middle-east/netanyahu-promises-more-west-bank-annexations-if-he-wins-re-election