$100 per night*(on top of subsidies from the Israeli government).

Stolen home by illegal settlers

Occupied West Bank.


Whole House

8 Guests

4 Beds

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About this listing

Come stay at an illegal settlement built on stolen Palestinian land. This stolen home comes with views of the Apartheid Wall. You may hear occasional gunfire from the Israeli Occupation Forces firing zone, which recently replaced a destroyed Palestinian village nearby.

The Space

Accommodates: 8 (non-Palestinian)

Bedrooms: 4

Property Type: Illegal settlement


Palestinian-free views

Swimming pool (filled with stolen aquifer water)

Stolen olive trees

Private roads

Jerusalem Stone

Armed Guards

Barbed Wire

Electrified Fences, to give that real “secure” feeling


For non-Palestinians: 100 dollars per night *(on top of subsidies from the Israeli government).

Cost to Palestinians in the West Bank: Stolen Home. Lost freedom.



Stay at your own vacation rental, located in an illegal settlement and in violation of international law. Support structural discrimination and theft of Palestinians’ land. Through fees earned from settlement vacation rentals, you will also help Airbnb profit from the continuing occupation and dispossession of Palestinians.

The Neighbourhood:

This home is located in an illegal Jewish-only settlement. These settlements are built by Israel on Palestinian land it has occupied since 1967, and are considered illegal under international law.

The space:

The stolen home includes views of the West Bank Apartheid Wall.

Guest Access:

Access is for non-Palestinian guests only. Guests with Arab-sounding names will be subject to additional scrutiny by settlement security.

House rules

All those would could be perceived as Arabs must be accompanied by armed guards while in the Settlement, for their own protection.






  • It’s honest. When will AirBnb stop allowing “settler homes” to be listed?

  • I had some some affection for Airbnb but consider the brand toxic now. What a folly for Airbnb to whitewash apartheid….

  • Shame on you airbnb! You don’t care about human rights violations and people’s suffering, you just care about profit

  • This was a great place to stay while waiting for my permanent illegal summer home to be built. The stolen olive trees were such an authentic touch. We had some locals annoy us one day, but Israeli soldiers escorted them away at gunpoint. Thanks for making us comfortable Israel!

  • Airbnb should deny settlers to advertise their stolen homes in Airbnb’s homepage. Aurbnb will otherwise be connected to the discriminating apartheid system which is illegal under internasjonal (and for some of them Israeli) law. Shame on Airbnb!

  • It’s an absolute scandal, and a disgrace, AIRBNB

  • Excellent listing – I shalln’t use AirBnb until you stop this practise.

  • How can people find it on good conscience to go vacationing in a place of oppression and violation of human rights is beyond me. Please find a better place to spend your hard earned money and a better place to spend your hard earned vacation.

  • About the host, Airbnb

    Last year alone Airbnb made almost $1 billion in revenue, and Airbnb is worth a whopping $24 billion. Yet, Airbnb continues to make a profit from homes located in illegal housing settlements in occupied territory.