Dolev settlers block entrance to community as inspectors arrive

Dolev settlers block ent

By ABE SELIG
December 17, 2009 13:43

 
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Residents of the Dolev settlement were blocking the entrance to their community on Thursday afternoon as Civil Administration officials arrived to monitor compliance of the 10-month construction freeze. The locals are saying that they will not use violence but on the other hand were adamant that they have no intention of letting the inspectors in.

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