WATCH: Haaretz Interactive Map of West Bank Outposts

With tensions rising in the West Bank, and with Israeli military and police forces moving to demolish illegal structures, Haaretz is brining you a map listing the main outposts, their position and legal status.

Chaim Levinson
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With tensions rising in the West Bank, and with Israeli military and police forces moving to demolish structures in the outpost of Mitzpeh Yitzhar on Thursday, Haaretz brings you a map listing the main outposts, their positions and legal status.

On Sunday, the Ministerial Committee for Legislation is due to discuss a bill that would legalize construction on private Palestinian land.

The outpost of Migron.Credit: Pierre Terdjman / BauBau

According to the bill, initiated by Habayit Hayehudi MK Zevulun Orlev, Palestinian owners could not demand the clearing of residential construction on their land if they failed to claim it for four years since the construction's conclusion.

This bill could affect the fate of many outposts built on private Palestinian land. Move your mouse over the map for more detail:

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