High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Ma'ale Adumim (Hebrew: )
is an Israeli settlement and a city in the West Bank, seven
kilometers from Jerusalem. Ma'ale Adumim achieved city status in
1991. In 2011, the population was 39,000. Ma'ale Adumim is the
third largest Israeli settlement in the West Bank after Modi'in
Illit, and Beitar Illit. The city is located along Highway 1, which
connects it to Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv area. The international
community considers Israeli settlements illegal under international
law, but the Israeli government disputes this. Maale Adumim is
mentioned in the Book of Joshua as the border between the tribes of
Judah and Benjamin. It also is the site of the Good Samaritan
parable in the Book of Luke.
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