"the 'typical thing' is the seizure of someone else`s land to establish your own colonies." Which is what Britain did in Gibraltor, the Malvinas and elsewhere. That it ended up changing the land to territory rather than giving it independence, as with Australia, doesn't make it a non-colonial enterprise. They captured foreign soil, put their people there and called it their territory -- that is colonial. In fact, it fought a war not long ago, against Argentina, to remain a colonial power. "which ARE established on non-Israeli land", however, they're: 1) Not established on another nation's land 2) Are established where Jews have proven to live since long before the jihadists invaded By definition, the settlements aren't colonies while the Malvinas are, but JB must avoid the truth to retain his hatred.
Two seriously wounded in crime-related shooting in Netanya (Haaretz)
from the article: The never-ending evacuation