How Many Settlers Really Live in the West Bank? Haaretz Investigation Reveals

Over the last 30 years, eight new settlements have been built and Israeli population in West Bank grew by 330,000 ■ The settlements, from 1967 till today - an in-depth analysis

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Israeli Jew and Palestinian look at West Bank separation barrier in Jerusalem
Israeli Jew and Palestinian look at West Bank separation barrier in JerusalemCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
Yotam Berger
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From Left: Shimon Peres in Gush Etzion, 1986; Yitzhak Rabin in the settlement of Kalia in 1976; Menachem Begin, Sharon and Beni Katzover near Elon Moreh, 1981; and Benjamin Netanyahu near Ariel, 1996.Credit: Nati Harnik, Yaakov Saar, Nino Herman /GPO

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