MKs to PM Netanyahu: Don't destroy outposts

December 9, 2011 12:20


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Forty members of Knesset asked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday not to destroy illegal outposts in the West Bank. The MKs, all members of the current coalition, told the prime minister that there is legal recourse to demolition in the form of compensation of Palestinians, according to an Army Radio report.

A number of settlement buildings are slated to be destroyed in the near future, including in Mitzpe Yitzhar, Givat Assaf and Ramat Gilad.

In September, Israel demolished three homes in the Migron outpost.

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