Eli Yishai: We will ensure Emmanuel settlement is kept

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 27, 2010 11:16

 
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Shas and Slonim leaders sat together in discussions until the early morning to reach an agreement to end the Emmanuel girl's school controversy, Interior Minister Eli Yishai told Army Radio in an interview after the court ruling Sunday.

"We are for peace. We will continue to be there afterwards to ensure this decision is kept, " said Yishai.


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