At Least 16 Israeli Unauthorized West Bank Outposts Established Since 2017

Israeli authorities turn a blind eye the outposts, which were founded on state lands, and at times even help to retroactively legalize them. Most are used for agriculture, and receive the help of local councils

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The Givat Itam outpost, pictured in September 2018.
The Givat Itam outpost, pictured in September 2018.Credit: Olivier Fitoussi
Yotam Berger
Yotam Berger
A new outpost in the West Bank, set up near the settlement of Ali north of Jerusalem and Ramallah. Credit: Emil Salman

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