Danon calls on Netanyahu to intervene to save Migron

February 27, 2012 12:21


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Likud MK Danny Danon on Monday called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to intervene to save the Migron outpost in the West Bank after it appeared that negotiations to prevent the demolition of the outpost had broken down.

Likud Minister Benny Begin was scheduled to hold a press conference on the issue after Danon and National Union MK Uri Ariel said Sunday evening that talks broke down over the conditions under which the homes would be relocated.

Danon said Monday that Israel under the Likud should make a clear statement that Jewish construction in the West Bank and preservation of settlement there is a matter of routine.

The Likud MK called on Netanyahu to take control of the issue personally "before it is too late."

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