Israeli Public radio reported Friday morning that the Israeli occupations municipality of Jerusalem is to announce plans to build thousands of settlement units in different parts of the city, which had been frozen because of the international criticism of settlement activity in the last three years.
According to Israeli radio Meir Turgeman, head of the local committee for construction in Israeli municipality of Jerusalem announced that he intends to approve thousands of settlement housing units that have been freeze because of the international political pressures, especially those which the United States exercised by the current us secretory of state John Kerry.
Turgeman added that among what will be announced 3000 housing units in the settlement of Gilo, 2,600 housing units in the settlement of Givat Hamatos and 1,500 units in the Ramat Shlomo.
He expressed hope that elected US president Donald trump will contributes immediately implementations of these frozen units years ago.
The Israeli announcement came after the announcement made by close people to USA elected President Donald Trump saying that the new President do not see the Israeli settlements activity in Palestinian territories an obstacle to peace.
These statements, which have not been confirmed by the elected president or his associates encouraged officials and ministers in the Israeli government to announce their intention to build new settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.