(Worthy News) – After the Israeli government approved last week the establishment of the new ultra-Orthodox city of Kasif in the Negev and the community of Nitzana, it is expected to approve 10 more towns in the Negev this coming week, Minister of Interior Ayelet Shaked and Minister of Housing and Construction Ze’ev Elkin announced Wednesday.
Shaked and Elkin will bring to the government’s approval this Sunday a final decision for the establishment of five new towns, the “Mevo’ot Arad” bloc.
“The establishment of the new communities is a key stage in the development of the Negev and they are of national importance in the eastern metropolis of Beersheba and north of the city of Arad,” Shaked and Elkin said in a joint statement. [ Source: WIN (Read More…) ]
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