Migron residents protest A-G order of evacuation

By ILENE PRUSHER
August 23, 2012 17:28

 
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Residents of the Migron settlement outpost held a demonstration across from the Justice Ministry on Thursday, demanding that the government not implement the Attorney-General’s decision this week in favor of evacuating them by August 28.

Theirs was a small, quiet protest of residents only -  just the “authentic people” who live in Migron and are in danger of  losing their homes, said spokesman Shuki Sat. “This is a spontaneous demonstration against the person who made this decision against us, despite the fact that this land was acquired according to the laws of a democratic state.” The settlers’ posters blamed Mike Blass, the deputy attorney general, calling for him to be brought to trial for “false testimony.”

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