Bulldozers begin operating in Ariel as freeze ends

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September 27, 2010 09:54

 
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Bulldozers in began operating Monday morning in the West Bank settlement of Ariel as the ten month settlement freeze came to an end.

Residents of the town woke up to hear construction work beginning on over 50 new housing units set to be built in the south east of the settlement.

The new neighborhood will house families that were evacuated from the Gaza Strip during the 2005 disengagement.

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