Amona residents tell court no violence

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December 22, 2016 11:26

 
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The residents of Amona on Thursday signed a document promising to evacuate their homes without violence by Sunday's deadline.

The document was requested by the Supreme Court as a prerequisite for approving the state request for a 45 day delay of the December 25 deadline for the demolishing of the outpost.

The resident stressed that their convinced that the state will also keeps its promise to build housing for them.


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