Ir Amim’s Aviv Tatarsky said that the approval of 600 homes was part of a plan to expand existing buildings in Beit Safafa. Residents of Beit Safafa petitioned the Jerusalem District Court on the matter, Tatarsky added, saying that Netanyahu’s order with regard to the homes was likely given as part of those legal proceedings.
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