How Israeli Right-wing Thinkers Envision the Annexation of the West Bank

From granting the Palestinians the right to vote in Jordan to expelling them creatively – how rightists propose to apply Israeli sovereignty in the Palestinian territories

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The West Bank settlment of Ofra, on the backdrop of the the Palestinian village of Baytin.
The West Bank settlment of Ofra, on the backdrop of the the Palestinian village of Baytin.Credit: THOMAS COEX / AFP
Carolina Landsmann
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Construction in the West Bank settlement of Eli.Credit: Oren Nahshon

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