J'lem Court orders state to return Hebron home to settlers

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 13, 2012 19:39

 
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The Jerusalem Magistrate Court on Thursday ordered the state to return the four-story Hebron structure Beit Hashalom to its Jewish owners, after rejecting Palestinian claims to the home.

In 2008, the High Court of Justice ruled in favor of the government's decision to evacuate the site and on December 3, Israeli police expelled settlers from their home.

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