Dozens of settlers arrive in Homesh to bury burned holy books

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July 9, 2009 08:46

 
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Dozens of former settlers who were evacuated from the settlement of Homesh arrived at the site before dawn Thursday to bury holy books allegedly burned by local Arabs. They claimed that security forces tried to prevent them from arriving for the book burial and had therefore decided to come before sunrise.

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