Adummim


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Adummim

(ədŭm`ĭm), in the Bible, an ascent in the Jericho road.
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The E1 project entails the construction of thousands of new settlement housing and commercial units, creating a continuous built-up area between the Ma'ale Adummim settlement and Jerusalem.
PNN/ Jerusalem/ The Israeli prime minister, Benyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday visited the East Jerusalem settlement of Ma'ake Adummim, where he promised settlers to build more housing units, adding that the settlement will "forever remain part of Israel.
A third Israeli, a bus driver, was injured when Palestinians threw rocks at his bus near Maale Adummim outside Jerusalem.
He declined to be more specific, but when I brought up Ma'ale Adummim and Ari'el, he acknowledged that those two would be staying with Israel.
Over the years I also visited settlements such as Ariel, Ma'ale Adummim, Betar Illit and Kirya Arba, which resemble the South African luxury suburbs of Sandton and Constantia with their fine homes, supermarkets, schools and hospitals.
located in Ma'ale Adummim settlement in eastern Jerusalem.
I observed the Moon in a clear sky from Ma'ale Adummim, east of Jerusalem, with binoculars, but could not see it with the naked eye.
The largest mortgages were given in the following localities: Bat Yam, Bene Berak, Even Yehuda, Ganei Tikva, GivaLayim, Givat Sbmuel, Givat Ze'ev, Herzliya, Hod Hasharon, Holon, Jerusalem, Kefar Sava, Kiryat Ono, Ma' ale Adummim, Mevasseret Zion, Ness Ziyyona, Netanya, Or Yehuda, Petah Tikva, Ra'ananna, Ramat Gan, Ramat Hasharon, Rehovot, Rishon Lezion, Rosh ha-Ayin, Tel Aviv, and Yehud.
Most of the demolitions were carried out in small, underprivileged communities located far from Palestinian population centers, primarily in the Jordan Valley, in the South Hebron Hills, and in the east of Jerusalem, in and around E1, derived from East 1 is a term applied by the Israeli Ministry of Housing to an area located just east of the Jerusalem municipal boundary, on the hills between the illegal Ma'aleh Adummim settlement and Jerusalem
Ma'ali Adummim settlement is situated 7 kilometers east of Jerusalem, and was illegally built inside the West Bank.
When a police van on the Maaleh Adummim road to Jerusalem ordered her to pull over for inspection, she threw an explosive device shouting Allah Akhbar
That the colonies surrounding Jerusalem to the north, east, and south, were, clearly, not about to be let go; that the towns/colonies/blocs of Efrat (part of Gush Etzion), Maale Adummim, Alfei Menahse, Ariel, etc.