Israeli Official Orders Halt to Land Seizures Israel's attorney general tells the government it cannot seize land in East Jerusalem owned by Palestinians who reside in the West Bank. Attorney General Menachem Mazuz said the confiscations would violate international law and have grave diplomatic repercussions for Israel.
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Israeli Official Orders Halt to Land Seizures

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Israeli Official Orders Halt to Land Seizures

Israeli Official Orders Halt to Land Seizures

Israeli Official Orders Halt to Land Seizures

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Israel's attorney general tells the government it cannot seize land in East Jerusalem owned by Palestinians who reside in the West Bank. Attorney General Menachem Mazuz said the confiscations would violate international law and have grave diplomatic repercussions for Israel.

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