Bosättningarnas tillväxt

Jag är lite upptagen just nu så jag nöjer mig med att göra copy paste från en fil som jag just fick av Shaul Arieli (igen), med rubriken ”Naturlig tillväxt eller tillväxt genom inflyttning”. Argumenteringen vänder sig främst till den israeliska högern apropå regeringens vägran att frysa bosättningarna eftersom man måste få plats för ”naturlig tillväxt”.

Government

Years

Settlements in the West Bank and Gaza

Israelis in the West Bank and Gaza

Neighborhoods in east Jerusalem

Israelis in east Jerusalem

Total

Cumulative total

Labor

67-77

32

6,000

11

32,000

38,000

38,000

Likud

77-81

47

11,000

 

26,000

37,000

75,000

Likud

81-84

37

29,000

 

20,000

49,000

124,000

Unity

84-90

26

46,000

1

32,000

78,000

202,000

Likud

90-92

2

15,000

 

5,000

20,000

222,000

Labor Likud

92-2001

4

93,000

2

52,000

145,000

367,000

Likud Kadima

2001-2009

100 Outposts

95,000

 

27,000

122,000

489,000

Total

 

127[1]

295,000

14

194,000

489,000

 

Main findings

  1. All Israeli governments established settlements in West Bank areas.
  2. During the first 15 years, the Israeli government prioritized populating east Jerusalem with Jews.
  3. Since 2001, unauthorized outposts have replaced the establishment of new settlements.
  4. A third of the Israelis living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip moved there prior to signing the Oslo Accords (25 years), another third during the Oslo Accords period (8 years), and another third after it was frozen (8 years)!!!
  5. 55% of the Israelis living in east Jerusalem moved there before signing the Oslo Accords and the rest during the Oslo Accords period or after it was frozen!!!
  6. Natural growth for Jewish population is 1.6%.  
  7. The size of an average family in Israel is 3.1 persons.  

[1] In the summer of 2005, 21 settlements were evacuated from the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank.

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