Residents of the disputed Hebron home must leave the building by April 25th, legal officials said Wednesday morning following a late-night meeting between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyhau, Defense Minister Ehud Barak and a small group of ministers.
Right-wing politicians said they expected Netanyahu to authorize the Jewish presence in the structure, which is located in a Palestinian neighborhood in Hebron in an area of the city under Israeli military control.
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