Border policemen guarding right-wing activists at illegal outpost

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 1, 2009 00:51

 
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A contingent of border policemen was guarding a group of right-wing activists Friday night after the latter erected a new illegal outpost near Kedumim earlier in the day. While border policemen evacuated most of the activists, a small number were still on the site at the beginning of Shabbat, when the evacuation was halted. Some border policemen remained at the scene to guard the group until they are removed Saturday night.

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