Gal-On blasts attempts to legalize outposts

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May 11, 2012 07:53

 
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Meretz leader Zehava Gal-on on Friday blasted attempts to sidestep a High Court ruling to destroy homes in the Ulpana outpost.

"The rest of the Israeli population doesn't get special laws," Gal-On said in an interview with Israel Radio.

Retroactive legalization, she continued, encourages hilltop youth -- young radical settlers who set up unauthorized outposts -- to defy the law in the knowledge that their actions can later be legalized.

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