Netanyahu creates task force to relocate Amona residens

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February 1, 2017 20:49

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu siad on Wednesday that he created  a task force to look into creating a new settlement for the residents evacuated from the Amona outpost.

According to the announcement, the task force will look into a possible locations for a new settlement and would be responsible for setting up the new site.

The team will include a a member of Netanyahu's staff as well as a representative of amongst its members.

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