The Israeli municipal council in the occupied city of Al-Quds (Jerusalem) unveiled a new plan to establish a new settlement outpost of 180 housing units near Amlesson neighborhood, south of the holy city.
Official from Amlesson society Jameel Lafi said this new plan is aimed at constructing five buildings composed of 180 apartments on an area of 37, 460 square meters of the total annexed land, adding that another 30 dunums of this land were earmarked for the establishment of public facilities, including a synagogue and a kindergarten.
Lafi pointed out that Israel confiscated 67 dunums of Palestinian citizens' land for the establishment of this settlement project.
The official affirmed that this settlement plan was revealed too late in order to disrupt any objection filed against the project by the Palestinian residents in the area.
The official, however, urged the residents to submit their objection before 27 of this month, the deadline set by the Israeli occupation authority.