11 injured as forces demolish illegal outpost Alei Ayin

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June 2, 2011 08:15

 
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Six police officers and five settlers were injured as IDF, Border Police and Police forces along with the Civil Administration demolished four illegal structures built in the settlement of Alei Ayin in Binyamin overnight Wednesday.

Three people were arrested for attacking police officers and throwing rocks.

In an attempt to stop authorities from carrying out the demolition, settlers blocked routes leading to the outpost and threw rocks at approaching forces.

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