The ‘Israeli' Higher Planning Council is set to advance more than 3,000 settler units next Monday and Tuesday when it convenes for the first time since June.
‘Israeli' officials confirmed the date after pressuring Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the matter.
Channel 2, on Sunday night, estimated that plans for 3,829 settler units would be advanced and published a partial list.
Settler leaders also have argued that Netanyahu must approve new roads and infrastructure projects, as well.
Meanwhile, Netanyahu and his War Minister Avigdor Lieberman insisted that they can continue to build in Judea and Samaria, even though US President Donald Trump is engaged in efforts to jump-start a new so-called peace process between the Zionist entity and the Palestinians.
On Saturday night, Trump spoke about the peace process in an interview on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, a Christian television station.
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