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Settlement

The process in which a buyer makes payment and receives the agreed-upon good or service. This term is used on exchanges to indicate when a security actually changes hands, which often occurs several days after a trade is made. See also: Clearance.

settle

To complete a securities transaction.
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Director of the Hebron Waqf Directorate's Public Relations Department Raed Maswadeh told WAFA that Israeli soldiers closed the mosque to Muslim worshipers, while they allowed Jewish settlers to access it.
He said some informal settlers complain of the relocation site's inaccessibility to livelihood and economic activity or long distance of travel to their work.
When they build, "the municipality of Jerusalem starts issuing demolition orders and imposes huge fines - up to hundreds of thousands of dollars - on someone already financially overburdened," explained Khaled Zabarqa, a Jerusalemite lawyer who works with families whose homes have been acquired by settlers.
Palestinian residents of villages adjacent to Israeli settlements on Saturday evening tried to prevent Israeli settlers from storming and attacking their villages, while the Israeli army was watching and providing them with protection.
Israel: Israeli court has ordered a group of Jewish settlers to leave a house in the southern West Bank city of Hebron after ruling that their claim to ownership was false, court documents showed.
A triangular interpretative framework for all settler colonial contexts reproduces sociologist David Pearson's rendition of community relations outlined in The Politics of Ethnicity in Settler Societies (2001).
"Continued settlement expansion and a growing settler population in the occupied territory have severely impacted the security of the Palestinian population, particularly children, whose lives are increasingly threatened by willful attacks perpetrated by extremist settlers," the report said.
He said a settler opened fire when he went to a window to see what was going on, but caused no injury.
When the Israeli Army on December 4 finally implemented an Israeli court order to vacate settlers from a Palestinian house near the Kiryat Arba settlement that had been taken over a year-and-a-half earlier, it sparked a night of violence that was only barely contained by Israeli soldiers.
Israeli police have been heavily deployed in the West Bank town of Hebron after the court-sanctioned eviction of a group of Jewish settlers sparked violent clashes.
The settler representatives claimed the house had been bought for $700,000, but Palestinian Faez Rajabi said he had documents proving he was the legal owner and that the deal had never been completed.