Last minute reprieve for Nahsholim protest tents

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September 21, 2011 15:40

 
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The High Court of Justice issued a temporary injunction on Wednesday preventing the Israel Land Authority (ILA) from demolishing a protest encampment set up on Nahsholim beach last Thursday.

Environmentalists had set up the encampment to protest against a beach resort planned for the area.

The injunction came moments before an eviction order issued by the ILA was due to come into force.

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