The right-wing NGO Regavim has issued a new report documenting the construction of 100 new  Palestinian  schools in Area C, the area of the West Bank under Israeli military and civil control.

The schools, some built with foreign funding, were all erected in the 12 years since the Fayyad Plan was unveiled, laying the framework  for establishing a Palestinian state.

   The report found 30 schools were built on state land and on lands that were under state survey; seven were built inside military firing zones that are used by the IDF for training; two were built in nature preserves; six were built on archaeological sites and three were built on private property.

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Naomi Kahn, the Director of Regavim’s International Division.