MK Arieh Eldad (National Union) on Saturday night called on all those who
support Migron to head to the West Bank outpost to nonviolently protest its
He issued his call after hearing from the residents
of the West Bank outpost that they believed border police might arrive there on
Sunday morning to forcibly remove its 50 families.
Security sources told
The Jerusalem Post, however, that the residents would be given until Tuesday to
leave of their own volition.
The High Court of Justice has ordered the 50
families who live in the hilltop community to leave their homes no later than
But as of Saturday night, the only thing that was clear to the
residents was that they planned to refrain from violence.
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