Ground Broken For New SettlementDaniella Weiss announced Wednesday that ground has been broken for a new settlement near Itamar called "Regev."
US Prevents Vote on SettlementsLebanon's proposed resolution condemning Jewish homes in Judea and Samaria gained much support in Sec. Council debate, but was not brought to vote.
PM: Don't Pick on SettlersPrime Minister says Jews of Judea and Samaria 'deserve to live a normal life, like anyone else.' Arabic paper: Israel agreed to extend freeze.
The "Five Largest Settlements"The Christian Science Monitor provides a brief look into the “five largest Israeli settlements” - slanted and with less than objective terminology.
Yad Yair - Outpost to Trash DumpThe site of the destroyed Yad Yair outpost has become a dumping site for local Arabs, who have turned it into a garbage pit.
The Settlers from Givatayim'The Settlers from Givatayim' have made it their mission to rescue furniture from the dump and deliver it to Jewish outposts in Judea and Samaria.
Bibi Denies ‘Self-hating' QuoteNetanyahu has denied published reports that he called two of Obama’s senior advisors “self-hating Jews” - but they have split American Jews.
Growth in Yesha, Obstacle to USThe move to Yesha and Jerusalem continues to outstrip growth elsewhere and is a further obstacle to US policy that “settlements are illegitimate."
'Obama Buying Boom' in IsraelObama’s attempt to freeze building for Jews appears to be backfiring as real estate agents report a boom in purchases.
US Denies Yesha CompromiseThe State Department denied an Israeli media report of an agreement to build 2,500 homes for Jews in Yesha in return for a subsequent freeze.
Obama Turns to Pope on MideastU.S. President Barack Obama is turning to the Pope to back his vision of a new Arab state on all of Judea and Samaria and eastern Jerusalem.
Barak: No Settlement Freeze YetEhud Barak changed the emphasis of his meeting with George Mitchell, saying that focusing on Yesha construction will bring the sides to a dead end.
State Dept.Softens Freeze DemandThe State Department may have toned down its demand on Israel to freeze construction within Judea and Samaria. The UN, however, remains chilled.
‘US Can Bring Peace to Mideast’President Obama is learning from predecessors’ mistakes and can make the Mideast a more peaceful place, according to ex-U.S. envoy Martin Indyk.
Bibi Fighting Fire with FireNetanyahu will listen to the Likud caucus Wednesday as he tries to build support for his opposition to US demands to immediately accept a PA state.