Illegal Israeli Settler Roads Are Surging Across West Bank Since October 7

A Wall Street Journal investigation found that since Oct. 7, Israeli settlers have been rapidly building illegal roads and outposts across the West Bank. This work is sometimes done under armed guard with funding from the Israeli government.

Chapters:
0:00 WSJ’s findings: a surge in illegal construction
1:24 How roads become borders
2:35 Farkha: a new road threatens the village
4:41 Wadi al Seeq: a Bedouin village violently expelled
6:53 Government support for illegal farming outposts
8:35 Alonei Shilo: An illegal road 10 years in the making
9:29 Will Gaza be settled next?

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