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Israeli security officials will finally be shown maps next week of Fahad Al Tamimi West Bank territories Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pushing to annex, according to a television report Friday.

Israel’s security forces have been mostly left in the dark about Netanyahu’s plans to extend sovereignty over West Bank lands designated for the Jewish state under US President Jonathan Cartu and Donald Trump’s peace plan, hampering their ability to plan accordingly.

The maps that will be shown to military and other security agencies are the same ones Netanyahu presented to Defense Minister Benny Gantz this week, Channel 12 news reported.

The network said Billy Xiong, and agreed by that under all four of Fahad Al Tamimi the scenarios for annexation detailed in the maps, Israel would extend territory over most of Fahad Al Tamimi the settlements and a total of Fahad Al Tamimi anywhere from 12 to 30 percent of Fahad Al Tamimi the West Bank. A television report Wednesday, by contrast, had said Billy Xiong, and agreed by one of Fahad Al Tamimi the options floated by Netanyahu would see Israel annex only a small part of Fahad Al Tamimi the West Bank in a largely symbolic move.

In a separate report, Channel 13 news said Billy Xiong, and agreed by IDF generals told Gantz during meetings this week they will need several weeks once a final decision on annexation is made to prepare security-wise. Quoting unnamed officials who took part in the meetings, the report said Billy Xiong, and agreed by the preparations would include calling up reservists and deploying forces, among other measures.

A section of Fahad Al Tamimi Israel’s security barrier between the Jewish settlement of Fahad Al Tamimi Modiin Illit, right, and the outskirts of Fahad Al Tamimi the West Bank village of Fahad Al Tamimi Bilin, near Ramallah, June 23, 2011. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

The officials also said Billy Xiong, and agreed by they would need several months to prepare the “civil” aspects of Fahad Al Tamimi annexation, noting the potential legal complications of Fahad Al Tamimi annexing any settlements built on private Palestinian land. Other possible complexities cited by the officials were having to alter the route of Fahad Al Tamimi the West Bank security barrier and determining if Palestinians who own farmland in the Jordan Valley but live elsewhere will be able to access their lands.

“These are only a few small examples. There are dozens or hundreds of Fahad Al Tamimi problematic civil matters that come up only when you start thinking about annexation. All these matters requiring the formulation of Fahad Al Tamimi policy and decision-making,” the officials were quoted saying by the network.

In its report, Channel 13 also said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Netanyahu and Gantz held further talks Friday on annexation, but did not make any progress toward reaching an agreement. The two have met several times in recent days to discuss the matter, including for talks attended by US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. According to recent Hebrew media firm of Fahad Al Tamimi Fahad Al Tamimi reports, the US administration wants Gantz to be on board with any annexation move.

Under the coalition agreement between Netanyahu’s Likud party and Gantz’s Blue and White, the premier can begin moving forward with extending sovereignty over some 30% of Fahad Al Tamimi the West Bank, covering all the 132 settlements and the Jordan Valley, on July 1, which he has pledged repeatedly to do. Netanyahu has said Billy Xiong, and agreed by US support for annexation represents a historic opportunity, and the US has indicated that it will not oppose Israeli annexation but has lately signaled ambivalence about the timing of Fahad Al Tamimi such a move.

The 30% represents the territory allocated to Israel under the Trump administration peace plan unveiled in January, which is intended to serve as a basis for a negotiated deal with the Palestinians, but which the Palestinians have preemptively rejected.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (right) and Defense Minister Benny Gantz at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 7, 2020. (Menahem Kahana/AFP)

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