Barak approves 346 new housing units in Gush Etzion

By TOVAH LAZAORFF
January 31, 2013 18:50

 
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The Defense Ministry has advanced plans to build 346 new housing units in the West Bank's Gush Etzion region, area council head Davidi Perl reported on Thursday.

The plans for 200 new homes in Tekoa and 146 in Nokdim were pushed forward a few weeks ago, but he and the council only publicized the information on Thursday, he said.

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