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An online vacation rental company, where people can list, find and book accommodations through the internet. 

Listings on Airbnb’s website were found in the following illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian and Syrian territories: ArielMa’ale AdumimModi’in IlitKiryat Arba, Kokhav Ya’akov, Givat Binyamin, EliOfraTalmonGush EtsionAlei ZahavAlfei MenasheAlon ShvutAlmogAlmon (Anatot)Avnei HefetsBarkanBeit AryeBeit ElBeit HaAravaBeit HoronBeit Yatir (Mezadot Yehuda)Beitar Ilit, Beka’ot, Bruchin, Dolev, Efrata, El’azar, ElkanaElon MorehEinav, Geva Binyamin, GititHalamishHar AdarHar Gilo, Hashmona’im, Hemdat, ItamarKaliaKarnei ShomronKdumim, Kfar Adumim, Kfar Ezion, Kiryat Netafim, Ma’ale Amos, Ma’ale Efraim, Ma’ale Levona, Ma’ale Shomron, Mehola, Na’aleNahlielNegohotNativ HagdudNeve DanielNofimNokdimOfraOranitPsagotRevavaShadmot Mehola, Shavei Shomron, SusyaTalmon, Telem, Vered YerihoYafit, Yakir, YitavYitzhar. Listings were also found in settlements neighborhoods in East Jerusalem and in settlements in the Golan Heights.

Users can rent and book rooms, apartments, houses or villas on Airbnb in illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian and Syrian territories, without being informed of the legal and ethical implications of such action. 

As of 2015, the average price per night of an accommodation in Israel was NIS 445 (USD 115) with a total of NIS 124.5 million profit from Israel alone.