A-G says Beit Yehonatan in Silwan will be evacuated ASAP

November 17, 2010 17:40


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Beit Yehonatan in Silwan will be evacuated as soon as possible announced Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein on Wednesday afternoon, after asking the Jerusalem Municipality and the police to carry out the judicial order.

Weinstein stressed that the order would be performed shortly, once the municipality has coordinated the plan with the police.

Meanwhile, the attorney general requested that the legality of other buildings in the area be checked.

"This is important for the sake of maintaining justice, and in the face of claims that there has been selective enforcement [in evacuations]," Weinstein said.

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