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Irreversible implications of Israel’s Regularization Law

Irreversible implications of Israel’s Regularization Law
 
Experts say the new law is seen as compensation to the settlers in view of the evacuations in Amona and Ofra. Baz Ratner/Reuters

In this month's Global Focus on the Middle East, RFI's Anne-Marie Bissada takes a closer look at what implications Israel's Regularization law might have in the West Bank.


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