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“Great Israeli Real Estate Event” sparks outrage after illegally advertising properties that are on track to be confiscated from besieged West Bank
By Ethan Huff // Mar 08, 2024

As Palestinian men, women and children continue to get slaughtered by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in Gaza, an Israeli group has begun dividing and divvying out the land at real estate events in Canada and the United States.

Called the "Great Israeli Real Estate Event," the traveling roadshow has thus far made stops in Montreal, Toronto, New Jersey and New York, offering land for sale in not just Israel proper but also in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.

Reports indicate that Israel is now selling land in the West Bank settlements of Neve Daniel, Efrat, Ma'ale Adumim and East Jerusalem, even though this is illegal under international law.

The group behind the real estate project, known as My Home in Israel, says the property currently in occupied East Jerusalem will be available for sale at an exhibition in Teaneck, N.J., and specifically at the Congregation Keter Torah synagogue.

Locals in Teaneck, including Palestinians, Muslims, and Jewish residents, have been holding protests against the real estate selloff.

"Teaneck's Muslim and Jewish communities have both expressed concern with the sale taking place in their township," said Dina Sayedahmed, communications manager at the Council on American-Islamic Relations' New Jersey chapter.

"We call on federal authorities to act immediately and launch an investigation into this planned event."

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Not only have more than 30,000 Palestinians, most of them innocent with no involvement in the October 7 Hamas false flag attack, died at the hands of Israel since last fall, but there are also reports of increasing Israeli settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank.

According to the latest figures, there have been at least 200 incidents of Israeli violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, incidents that clearly stem from anti-Palestinianism.

All of this and more has so outraged residents of Teaneck and the other aforementioned areas where Israel is trying to sell property that many of them are speaking out in protest.

"We have been mobilizing our communities en masse to protest against a foreign group's alleged illegal looting and selling of Palestinian territory," said Wassim Kanaan, chairman of the New Jersey chapter of American Muslims for Palestine.

"We are watching Israel commit genocide in Gaza and pillage Palestinians homes in the West Bank and Jerusalem. These are both stark violations of international law."

In defense of Israel, Teaneck Councilwoman Hillary Goldberg tried to argue that these protests are unfounded, insinuating that they are the product of antisemitism.

"I have heard from residents that they are afraid for Teaneck," Goldberg commented. "I think the overall temperature in town continues to be inflamed, and I personally feel that Jewish fear and pain is not being acknowledged."

Congregation Keter Torah spokesman Juda Engelmayer also tried to defend the real estate event as acceptable, even as genocide continues to unfold in Gaza.

"This is not being run by the synagogue," Engelmayer said. "It's an informational event being run by a private company renting the venue. It's an educational fair that discusses the tax and financial implications of buying real estate abroad."

"Some developers may be on hand to talk about apartments around Israel, but no sales will take place," he added, calling the session "strictly informational."

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