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PA warns of coalition deal between Netanyahu, Ben Gubir – Middle East Monitor

The Palestinian Authority (PA) warned on Friday about the consequences of a deal between Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu and far-right leader Otma Yehudit Itamar Ben-Gubir.

In a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the PA warned:

PA said: , property, holy land. ”
The statement added: “The new powers granted to Ben-Gubir give him and his followers power over occupied Palestinian lands, settlements and illegal outposts.”

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In a statement, PA called on the international community to take responsibility for Israel’s progress on the stage and to pressure the Israeli government to ensure it does not pursue its “extremist agenda.”

On Friday, Netanyahu reached agreement with Ben Gubir This puts the latter in the service of the newly created position of national security: the expanded masses Role of the Minister of Security This includes Israeli National Police and Border Police surveillance in the occupied West Bank.

In addition to the Department of National Security, Age of Israel Ben-Gvir’s party reportedly runs an expanded version of the Ministry of Development of the Negev and Galilee, the newly created Ministry of Heritage, the Knesset’s Public Safety Commission, and the Knesset Special Commission for the Israeli People’s Fund. Deputy Minister of Economy.

Otzma Yehudit member Yitzhak Wasserlauf will lead the Negev and Galilee Ministry, while Amichai Eliyahu will be in charge of the Heritage Ministry’s portfolio.
The Negev and Galilee Ministry receives an annual budget of NIS 2 billion ($580 million) and is also responsible for enforcing regulation of new settlements in the West Bank.

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https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20221126-pa-warns-of-coalition-deal-between-netanyahu-ben-gvir/ PA warns of coalition deal between Netanyahu, Ben Gubir – Middle East Monitor

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