Israel plans 300 Golan homes

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, 26 June The Israeli government faced criticism yesterday over plans to build 300 new homes in the occupied Golan Heights despite international calls to freeze settlement building to boost Middle East peace hopes. Officials at the Israeli Housing Ministry said it had announced a tender for building 100 houses and 200 vacation bungalows in the Golan Heights, land which Israel seized from Syria in the Middle East war in 1967.

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