Population Of Settlers In Yehuda And Shomron Rise To Nearly 450,000


The number of Israelis living in Yehuda And Shomron rose to nearly 450,000 during 2018. settler leaders reported Tuesday morning.

According to a report released by the Yesha Council – the umbrella group representing Israeli municipalities across Yehuda And Shomron – the Israeli population in the area reached 448,672 in 2018.

That marks a significant decline in the annual growth rate of the total settlement population, which grew by just 12,964 people in 2018, equaling 3.0% annual growth, compared to 14,299 in 2017 (3.4%), 15,765 in 2016 (3.9%), 15,617 in 2015 (4.0%), and 15,558 in 2014 (4.2%).

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. Settlers? Seriously?

    Are we going to use that racist slur that was invented by anti Jewish European and American radical communist lefties?
    Please dont.

    They are called Jews.
    Living in Eretz Yisroel (whatever you think of the politics)
    Its Yerushalayim, Chevron, Beis Lechem, etc.


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