MK Uri Ariel prevents vineyards being uprooted in W. Bank

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August 29, 2011 14:05

 
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MK Uri Ariel (National Union) on Monday was able to prevent IDF soldiers and police forces from uprooting a Jewish vineyard near the Adei Ad outpost in the West Bank.

"For every plant that will be uprooted, with God's help we will plant a new vineyard," Ariel said.

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