Migron settlers apologize to Kahlon over damning ads

December 28, 2011 17:42


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Opponents of evacuating outposts published advertisements on Tuesday apologizing to Social Welfare Minister Moshe Kahlon for taking out ads last week that accused him of preventing the passage of a bill that would legalize them.

The ads depicted him and Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor wearing uniforms of the anti-settlement organization Peace Now, calling them "members of Peace Now's expulsion army."

The initiators of the ads wrote in the apology that they had made a mistake and that Kahlon supported legislation that would prevent outpost homes built on private Palestinian property from being demolished if they have been in place for more than four years and at least 20 families live there.

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