Palestinians say Trump, Israel’s Netanyahu could face legal challenge over new settlement at West Bank

Palestinians in the West Bank have accused Israeli President Reuven Rivlin of “attempting to build an illegal settlement at the northern border” and of seeking to “create an artificial Palestinian state at the international border”.

The accusations came on the same day that Mr Rivlin signed a bill granting Jerusalem the status of capital of Israel, sparking protests and anger among Palestinians.

The bill was passed in the Israeli parliament and approved by the Knesset, Israel is currently occupied by Israel’s military, which regards Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish state.

Israel’s new Jerusalem embassy, the new state of Israel The Palestinian Authority is not keen on the new settlement, saying it will have “no relationship” with it and that it will be an obstacle to peace.

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry said that the new legislation was a “fraud”, and that the construction of a new settlement would be illegal under international law.

The Palestinians have also demanded an end to the construction at the occupied Palestinian territories, which they say is illegal under the UN resolutions.

A US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that “the administration has made it very clear that this is something that cannot be accepted”.

Mr Rivino’s approval of the bill “shows that they’re trying to create a political vacuum, which will not only impede the work of the international community, but also cause a real problem for the two-state solution, which is the only way forward for peace and security in the region,” the official said.

The new bill gives the Israeli authorities control of the northern part of the West Wall, the Old City and the holy sites of Jerusalem.

The White House condemned the bill and said it was “not an appropriate solution” for the Palestinians.

“The President’s administration will continue to work closely with the international communities to advance a two-states solution,” said White House spokesman Mark Toner.

The United States will continue working with our international partners to advance the two states solution and advance peace in the Middle East.

“This is the President’s vision for a peaceful and just future for Israel and Palestine, and it is what he and his administration have been committed to all along,” Mr Toner said.

‘No one has the right to live in the occupied territories’ The Palestinian president also announced that he had “a long-standing commitment” to the two countries.

He said he had asked his cabinet colleagues to “support the government’s new measures on Jerusalem and to reject this bill”.

“We have to stop the construction in the settlements, and we have to take back Jerusalem,” Mr Abbas said.

Palestinians in Bethlehem, West Bank A Palestinian man walks past a new Israeli settlement on the outskirts of the southern city of Bethlehem, in the northern occupied West Bank city of Jenin. “

No one can live in Jerusalem, so this law is a new step in the process of taking away the city from the Palestinians.”

Palestinians in Bethlehem, West Bank A Palestinian man walks past a new Israeli settlement on the outskirts of the southern city of Bethlehem, in the northern occupied West Bank city of Jenin.

PA Image/Muhammad Hamed AP A group of protesters clash with Israeli soldiers in Bethlehem.

PA image/Muhammed Hamed The Israeli government also announced it was imposing new security measures on the West Banks.

The move came as part of a three-month drive to evict tens of thousands of Palestinians from their homes in the north and east of the country, a process known as “price tag” or “price-tagging”.

Mr Netanyahu’s government has also accused the Palestinian Authority of being responsible for the deaths of two Israeli teenagers, who were killed by the Israeli military while crossing the border into the occupied West