High Court delays demolition of West Bank synagogue following police request

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November 4, 2015 16:56

 
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The High Court of Justice on Wednesday extended the deadline for which a synagogue in Givat Ze'ev must be demolished.

The Court ruled that the synagogue must be razed no later than November 17.

In light of the current heightened tensions between Israelis and Arabs, police requested on Tuesday night that the High Court of Justice delay the demolition that was ordered to take place Wednesday.

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