Migron neighbors urge outpost residents to resist expulsion

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August 24, 2012 08:15

 
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Givat Assaf outpost residents this week called on 17 families in the nearby Migron outpost to resist a High Court of Justice mandate that they must leave their homes by August 28.

"We the Givat Assaf residents, together with the nation of Israel will stand by your side,” they said in a letter they sent to Migron residents, which was leaked to the media Thursday.

Both outposts are located near each other, in the Binyamin Region of the West Bank.

“With Gods help, "we will be strong and be strengthened for our nation and for God's cities," they said in the letter.

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