The entire settlement of Ariel was built on a barren hilltop, not owned or populated by Palestinians. But that's not ok because Ariel is a city of 'fanatic settlers', but it's ok that Tel Aviv University is built on the ruins of the Arab village Sheikh Muwanis because it is a liberal Leftist bastion, right? By the way, you can't use the argument about borders, because Israel does not have internationally recognized boundaries in that area, hence the name Green Line, as opposed to Blue Line.
In three days, Greek coastguard rescues 2,500 migrants (Reuters)
from the article: Hebron settlement / Born in sin, living in sin