Israeli new government, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, is hosting a cabinet meeting inside Al-Buraq Wall Tunnels in occupied Jerusalem, Israeli media sources revealed.
Coinciding with the so-called Jerusalem Day, the weekly meeting is the second to be held Al-Buraq tunnels since 2017 and it is expected to discuss settlement expansion in occupied Palestine.
It came a few days following the Israeli Flag March in occupied Jerusalem, during which Israeli occupation forces and settlers attacked Palestinians and chanted “death to Arab” slogans.
The meeting will discuss new plans and decisions for building thousands of Israeli settlement units in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.
It is also expected to approve a new settlement project, with an estimated cost of 95 million shekels, to encourage settlers to live in the West Bank and Jerusalem settlements.
Several days ago, the Israeli occupation authorities discussed a plan to construct 554 settlement units in Givat Zeev settlement, two in Beit Aryeh settlement, and another one in Gitamar settlement.
The plan was seen as a continuation of previous annexing plans adopted by the current Israeli government, including the legalization of 15 settlement outposts, and disengagement in the northern West Bank.