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It began with an illegal deal between the state and Hever – the CEO of Amana, a company that builds in West Bank settlements – in which the state gave him rights to build near the settlement of Maaleh Efraim. It continued with a surprising permit to mortgage those rights that Zambish received from the Civil ...

Last year, the association requested some 350,000 shekels in funding from the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry, for a project in the settlement of Maaleh Efraim, and received around 50,000 shekels. Other funding sources include the One Israel Fund, a U.S. organization that donates to ...
Barak: Childhood friends from Maaleh Efraim, from age zero. Kobi: He used to pick up my pacifier and put it in the stroller, steal my popsicle and I would cry. ... What was it like growing up in Maaleh Efraim? Matan: A real hole. Kobi: Fifty minutes from anything. Ynon: But I see city kids, and theres nothing like ...
... which covers about 15 percent of the area of the West Bank, there are 22 tiny communities where a total of only 5,101 Israelis live. There has been an actual decrease in the number of Israelis living in some of these communities, with the record held by Maaleh Efraim, which has seen one in four residents ...
Here too, preference for the settlements over the peripheral areas was blatant. The per capita aid to a resident of Maaleh Efraim was three times what a Kiryat Malachi resident received. The settlement of Kedumim got 2,053 shekels per resident, while in Netivot the grant came to 1,081 shekels per resident.
Witnesses had seen the attackers flee to the nearby Israeli settlement of Maaleh Efraim after the Dawabsha home was set on fire. Three Jewish settlers, Meir Ettinger, Mordechai Meyer and Eviatar Slonim, have been held without charge since the attack for allegedly plotting and carrying out other violent ...
“We tried to chase them but they fled to the nearby Maaleh Efraim settlement.” A Hebrew word painted on the wall of one of two houses damaged in an arson attack in Duma village in the occupied West Bank, 31 July, reads “Revenge.” Another slogan painted on the house read “Long live the Messiah King.”.


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