Since its early years, the State of Israel has developed and implemented schemes to seize all Palestinian land in the areas of Galilee and Naqab. To this avail, Israel has constructed Jewish settlements and towns on the Arab land it confiscated from
legitimate landowners. To tighten its control, Israel has attracted a large number of Jews, including residents and new immigrants, to move and reside in these settlements and towns by offering an extended variety of economic and social incentives and privileges. These schemes have borne fruit throughout the years.