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English: Detailed map of Israeli settlements on the West Bank, January 2006. Produced by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - public UN source. Map Centre:
العربية: مناطق السلطة الفلسطينية في الضفة الغربية حسب اتفاق أوسلو، حيث يشير اللون الأصفر الغامق (أ) للمناطق ذات السيادة الفلسطينية التامة، بينما اللون الأصفر الفاتح (ب) فهي مناطق ذات سيطرة فلسطينية - إسرائيلية مشتركة، اما اللون الأبيض (ج) فهي مناطق تحت السيطرة الإسرائيلية الأمنية المباشرة. اللون البني يبين التجمعات الاستيطانية الإسرائيلية منذ حرب 1967. بالنسبة لقطاع غزة فهو تحت السيطرة الفلسطينية الكاملة حاليا - بعد انسحاب إسرائيل منه عام 2005 وإخلاء مستوطناتها منه.
Date January 2006
Source United Nations See: Commons:PDF to image files
Author United Nations


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