Army evacuates building in Beit El settlement; 30 youths arrested for protesting

By MAARIV ONLINE
July 28, 2015 06:38

 
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At  least 30 youths barricading themselves in an apartment complex of the Beit El settlement in the West Bank slated for demolition  were detained or arrested on Tuesday morning during the army's evacuation of the building. Hundreds of youth are protesting outside the compound which is currently under complete security control.

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