Channel 13 reported Saturday night that after President Donald Trump's recognition of Israeli rule on the Golan Heights, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is considering annexing parts of Judea and Samaria or applying Israeli law there.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he doubted a request would be made for any evictions.
President Trump and his administration's pro-Netanyahu policies have enabled and emboldened the Israeli leader and his rightward lurch, and that definitely includes the West Bank vow.
"I don't know whether it will be before the elections", he said of the Khan al-Ahmar expulsion, which set off intense worldwide criticism after the village was marked for demolition to make way for an expanded Jewish settlement.
Netanyahu, who has dominated Israeli politics for a generation, is fighting for his political survival against former IDF chief of staff Benny Gantz, a political novice.
Mr Netanyahu mentioned the recent U.S. recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights as an achievement.
Settlements built on land occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war are under global law and their ongoing construction is seen as a major barrier to peace.
Many have criticised him for lacking a clear political stance including the future of illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.
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"Israel will continue to brazenly violate worldwide law for as long as the global community will continue to reward Israel with impunity, particularly with the Trump administration's support", he said on Twitter.
"We don't love the fact that he's got tattoos on his face, that's not a good sign", Trump said.
US officials have said they will unveil a long-awaited Trump administration Middle East peace plan after the Israeli election, but prospects to restart negotiations appear dim.
More than 400,000 Israelis live in West Bank settlements, while a further 200,000 live in settlements in occupied east Jerusalem.
Netanyahu has cast Gantz, a former military chief, as a weak leftist who would endanger Israel's security by giving territorial concessions to the Palestinians. "Let's go, so we can win everything". She doesn't like Israel, I forgot, I'm sorry.
Trump has teased the long-promised USA peace proposal as the "deal of the century", but it will undoubtedly be as Netanyahu-sided as everything else the Trump administration has done when it comes to Israel. Trump has cited his moving of the USA embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and his decision to pull the US out of the Iran nuclear deal as reasons for Jewish voters to leave the Democratic party and support him and the GOP instead.
When he addressed the RJC in 2015 he said he didn't expect to earn their support because he wouldn't take their money. President Donald Trump is leading the charge.
Stuart Weil, a Jewish man from Fresno, Calif., said Americans have traditionally been very supportive of Israel but "the progressive, liberal wing of the Democratic Party" is changing that.