Of the approximate 380,000 Israeli Jews residing in the Occupied West Bank, 60,000 come from the United States (not including those in East Jerusalem). Their political clout – especially in the current government, and financial influence are unprecedented in Israel. 

 

Most say they are looking for a more intense Jewish existence, and they do not find that outside the green line.

US Settlers in West Bank

Of the approximate 380,000 Israeli Jews residing in the Occupied West Bank, 60,000 come from the United States (not including those in East Jerusalem). Their political clout - especially in the current government, and financial influence are unprecedented in Israel. No one but an ultra-minority party of the left, envisages their eviction. Remarkably, among them, about 15% come from the United States. A visual profile of three US Israel dual citizen West Bank Settlers. Most say they are looking for a may intense Jewish existence, and they do not find that outside the green line. 

*On assignment with Le Monde, text by Piotr Smolar
US Settlers in West Bank

Of the approximate 380,000 Israeli Jews residing in the Occupied West Bank, 60,000 come from the United States (not including those in East Jerusalem). Their political clout - especially in the current government, and financial influence are unprecedented in Israel. No one but an ultra-minority party of the left, envisages their eviction. Remarkably, among them, about 15% come from the United States. A visual profile of three US Israel dual citizen West Bank Settlers. Most say they are looking for a may intense Jewish existence, and they do not find that outside the green line. 

*On assignment with Le Monde, text by Piotr Smolar
US Settlers in West Bank

Of the approximate 380,000 Israeli Jews residing in the Occupied West Bank, 60,000 come from the United States (not including those in East Jerusalem). Their political clout - especially in the current government, and financial i
US Settlers in West Bank

Of the approximate 380,000 Israeli Jews residing in the Occupied West Bank, 60,000 come from the United States (not including those in East Jerusalem). Their political clout - especially in the current government, and financial influence are unprecedented in Israel. No one but an ultra-minority party of the left, envisages their eviction. Remarkably, among them, about 15% come from the United States. A visual profile of three US Israel dual citizen West Bank Settlers. Most say they are looking for a may intense Jewish existence, and they do not find that outside the green line. 

*On assignment with Le Monde, text by Piotr Smolar