Lawyers who have been working on behalf of Palestinian victims of the 2009-2011 conflict between Israel and Hamas are expected to receive a large chunk of settlement payments.
The settlement settlements, a key issue in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, are expected in the coming weeks, as Israel is set to sign a new settlement with the Palestinians.
The payments will amount to about 2.8% of total Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank and east Jerusalem, the International Centre for Settlement Studies (ICSS) said in a statement.
ICSS, an arm of the World Bank, expects that Israeli settlements will contribute to $3.5 billion in total settlement settlements by 2020.
Settlements include construction and the transfer of Palestinian property, which the international community considers illegal under international law.
Settlers in the West Bank include the illegal Israeli settlement of Ma’ale Adumim in the southern West Bank, and other settlements such as the illegal outpost of Beit El, which is also in the East Bank.
Settler settlements in Jerusalem have also increased in recent years, with new settlements being built in the Old City, the western part of the Old Town, the Haram al-Sharif and the West bank.
According to ICSS’s data, between 2005 and 2010, the number of settler settlements increased by 12.8%, and in the years following that the number decreased by 13.8%.
Settler settlement payments have been growing since 2006.
In 2010, according to ICBS data, settlements received a total of $6.5 million from settlements.
Between 2009 and 2010 alone, settlements paid out more than $3 billion.
The ICSS said the payments could contribute to a total $15 billion settlement.
In June, ICBS said that Israel will increase its settlement settlement payments by an additional 3% in 2019.
In September, Israel will reduce the number it pays to settlements to 1% from 2%.
In October, the Israeli cabinet approved a new package of settlements.
The package includes an additional 2% payments to settlements in a number of areas, including East Jerusalem and the Old Route.
The number of settlements in East Jerusalem will be reduced by an extra 1% to 5% in 2020.
The cabinet also approved a further 4% payments in 2021.
In October the government approved a package of 2.6% settlement payments to the occupied Palestinian territories, which includes East Jerusalem.
In November, Israel announced that it will increase the settlement payments in East Bank settlements, which has sparked protests by Palestinians and human rights groups.
In May, the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved a settlement settlement package that will pay settlement settlements and the Israeli settlement agency (IAA) an additional 4% of its revenue for the next five years.
Israel’s settlement package will increase to an additional 1% of gross domestic product for the first five years, and an additional 5% for the final five years of the deal.
The IAA, which receives a fixed amount of money from the IAEA, is responsible for administering the settlement freeze agreement.
The settlements package will pay the IAA $3,000 for every Palestinian person in Israel.
The money will be distributed to Palestinian organizations, including the Palestine Red Crescent, the Palestinian National Committee for Human Rights and the Palestinian Authority’s Palestinian Human Rights Office.
In a statement on Tuesday, the IAP said that the settlement settlement freeze was necessary to stop the ongoing displacement of Palestinians and to stop illegal settlement activities in the Palestinian territories.
The new package will include a freeze of the ICA’s payments to settlement settlements.
In addition, the package will provide the IPA with an additional $1 billion to address the needs of Palestinian families, in addition to providing humanitarian assistance and rebuilding infrastructure.
The bill will also provide the Palestinian authority with a one-time funding allocation of $50 million for reconstruction projects and reconstruction of the West Jerusalem area, which was previously under the control of the PA.
The PA was formed in 2012 with the intention of achieving the two-state solution between the Jewish state and the Arab nation.