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New Israeli rules on West Bank entry: Controversial regulations delayed and amended

By France24
10 September 2022   |   10:32 am
Israeli authorities are pushing to impose new restrictions on foreigners who wish to visit or live in the West Bank. Human rights groups say the measures will have serious consequences for thousands of people who are married to or in relationships with Palestinians. The regulations, which were due to come into effect this week, have now been amended and their implementation delayed until October after being challenged in the courts.

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