But Serry said events had reached a critical point in the West Bank and cautioned that a collapse would leave Israel accountable.
The ICJ ruled in 2004 that the separation barrier between Israel and the occupied West Bank was illegal, but it is still standing.
Some courses of action are clear: Israel should halt all construction in the West Bank.
As long as the slow annexation of the West Bank is sequestered away in WZO account books, Americans largely ignore it.
SodaStream has a factory in Mishor Adumim, an industrial zone on the West Bank, as a critical report notes.
Farras, on West Bank, few remains; grottoes with Coptic inscriptions, some distance from the river.
Burgoyne had no time to lose, once his force was on the West Bank of the Hudson.
Moreover, their habitat was on the West Bank of the river and wide open to attack from the coast.
We were on the West Bank and the river was two hundred yards wide at that point.
Sidmouth—a village on the West Bank of the Tamar, about 20 miles from Launceston.
in reference to the former Jordanian territory west of the River Jordan, 1967.
Land on the west bank of the Jordan River, formerly in the hands of Jordan, but captured by Israel in the Six-Day War of 1967. Israel has agreed to hand over part of the West Bank to the Palestinian Authority, but the Israeli government has been widely criticized for continuing to move civilian settlers as well as soldiers into the area. In 2001, in response to terrorist suicide bombings (see terrorism), Israel staged heavy military strikes against Palestinian cities in the West Bank.