IDF demolishes two outpost homes in West Bank

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November 1, 2012 19:12

 
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IDF and Border Police demolished two small homes made stone structures in an outpost on the outskirts of the West Bank Yitzhar settlement early Thursday morning.

One person there was arrested, for violating an order to stay away from the area.

An IDF spokesman accused settlers of throwing stones at security forces and of rolling burning tires on to the road that led to the settlement.

“The IDF views this very seriously,” he said.

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