The Israeli government has been obsessed with building an Israeli state for years, but the idea of building a new “state” in the West Bank is being revived.
On Monday, a cabinet meeting agreed to begin construction on a new wall on the West bank, the largest Jewish enclave in the Middle East.
It also decided to build a massive new road in the occupied Palestinian territory, a move that has infuriated the United States and Israel.
The cabinet meeting is also expected to announce a decision to start construction on new settlements in the Gaza Strip, which has been occupied by Israel since 1967.
The wall is part of a long-running plan by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to establish an Israeli security zone in the area.
Israel says it wants to ensure the security of the Jewish settlers living in the Palestinian territories.
However, many of the Palestinians who live in the areas do not want to live in an Israeli-controlled territory.
The new wall will also be built in a manner that minimizes the risk of Palestinian attacks against Israelis.
Palestinians have called for the wall to be built as a buffer against Palestinian rocket attacks.
The government has also decided not to expand the existing settlement blocs in the northern West Bank, the Golan Heights, and the east of Jerusalem.
In addition to the wall, the government also plans to build more than 100 housing units in the settlements, and will build a new outpost on a nearby hill.
In recent months, Israel has been trying to establish a fence along the Gaza border, which was a key element of the negotiations that led to a long peace deal.
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has argued that the fence is necessary to prevent Palestinian rocket fire against Israel.
But many Palestinians, who have seen their daily lives disrupted by Israeli construction, fear that the barrier will be used to isolate their land and prevent their return to the territories.
The prime minister has also repeatedly said that Israel would build an “excessive wall” to prevent the expansion of Palestinian land.
Israel has said that it would not be willing to give up the “state of Jerusalem” and that it is willing to move the border with Jordan to the east.