Migron outpost gets last minute reprieve

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July 24, 2011 22:48

 
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The state on Sunday sent a letter to the High Court of Justice asking to delay by a month the demolition of three homes at the Migron outpost in the West Bank, according to Defense Ministry sources.

Cabinet Secretary Tzvi Howser and Defense Ministry settlement advisor Eitan Broshi signed the letter, according to the sources. The state had previously pledged to destroy the homes as of Sunday.

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