Israel’s planned annexation of parts of the West Bank will make daily life even more difficult for the Arab Muslims.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition has set July 1 as the date from which it can begin implementing US President Donald Trump's Middle East peace proposal.
Pro-Israel NGOs and a government agency have been reaching out to foreign media over the use of "biased" grammar in describing the Israel-Palestine conflict, .
As Arab and European nations call on Israel to stop its annexation plans, US President Donald Trump has declined to criticise the move.
Jordan's PM has said annexing parts of the West Bank will force the country "to review all aspects of our relations with Israel".
Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn says Israel's annexation of parts of occupied West Bank would be "stealing" and would make European Union's recognition of Palestine as a state "inevitable."
In just three weeks time, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to extend Israeli sovereignty to Jewish settlements and the Jordan Valley in the West Bank in a move that many countries consider illegal.
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held a virtual meeting at ministerial level on Turkey's request with an aim to discuss Israel's threats to annex parts of Palestine.
“Israel has occupied Palestinian land for over 50 years and Europe has barely mustered more than a few terse statements in opposition”.
Some observers suggest the move to annul law retroactively legalising unauthorised settlements was aimed at deterring International Criminal Court scrutiny of the plight of Palestinians.
Although the left in Israel is no match for the dominant right, it has managed to generate some resistance to Netanyahu's reckless ambition.
The plan offered up to the United States, Russia, the United Nations and the European Union includes a "sovereign Palestinian state, independent, and demilitarised" with "minor modifications of borders where necessary".
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