J'lem: 4 right-wing activists arrested while protesting outpost removal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 1, 2009 19:12

 
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Four right-wing activists were arrested on Monday afternoon, while attempting to block the entrance to Jerusalem in protest of the removal of unauthorized outposts in the West Bank. In the late afternoon, approximately 50 protesters gathered at the Route 1 entrance to the city, and blocked a section of the highway. Police dispersed the crowd and detained four youths, while municipality workers cleared the road to allowed traffic to pass.

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