Occupied Jerusalem, ALRAY - Israeli Haaretz daily newspaper uncovered on Tuesday a new settlement plan of establishing a new settlement in the occupied city of Jaffa as part of significant efforts for Judaizing the city.
The newspaper reported that the plan aims to build 12 housing units in" Bevet street", confirming that a settler group, that led by extremist "Yaakov Haimen, is responsible for the plan.
The group stated that it will encourage the Zionist settlers to live in the new planned neighborhood.
The first stage of the plan will include 12 homes built in Bevet street.
The leader of the project Haimen, who lives in the occupied Jerusalem after leaving the colonial settlement of Itamar, always encourages colonial judaizing projects in the occupied Palestinian territories.