Israel approves budget to build ‘Trump Heights’ in Golan Heights

The Israeli government approved the fund to build a new town on the controversial Golan Heights, which will be called “Trump Heights” after President Trump on Sunday.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the Trump administration for recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights at the start of the cabinet meeting, before the members voted in favor of a budget for the construction of the deal. Jerusalem Post reported.

Netanyahu announced Ramat Trump – Hebrew plans for “Trump Heights” last year and made a gold letter sign on the planned site.

Founded more than 30 years ago, the original neighborhood previously known as Bruchim was home to less than a dozen people.

The report stated that the plans of the new city, which will house 300 families, are budgeted as 8 million shekels ($ 2.3 million).

On Sunday, Netanyahu also praised Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for granting sanctions to anyone involved in the International Criminal Court investigation of Americans or US allies.

The international court alleged that “ridiculous accusations were made against Israel, including the claim that Jewish presence in the heart of our country was a war crime.”

According to the report, “I would like to thank President Trump and the American government for being on the side of truth and justice.” Said.

The green light for financing came Trump’s 74th birthday.

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