Israeli security forces begin demolition in Netiv Ha’avot outpost

November 29, 2017 09:12


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Israeli security forces on Wednesday began to evict residents from a structure in the Netiv Ha'avot outpost in the Gush Etzion region of the West Bank.

The IDF spokesman said in a statement that forces are on the ground implementing a cabinet decision to demolish the carpenter shop and asked residents to cooperate.

According to reports on Army Radio, several dozen settler activists are on the scene trying to prevent the operation.

The building is one of six built on private Palestinian land and slated for demolition in the coming months.

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