Orlev to give Hebron building purchase documents to PM

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April 9, 2012 20:43

 
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MK Zevulun Orlev (HaBayit HaYehudi) plans to hand Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu proof that the disputed Hebron apartment building was purchased from its Palestinian owner.

"I am going to ask for a meeting with Netanyahu so I can present him with evidence of the sale," Orlev told The Jerusalem Post.

He spoke after returning from a trip to Hebron to visit representatives of 15 families who were forcibly evicted by Border Police last week from a three story building in that city they called Beit HaMachpela. He added that he had collected all the necessary evidence from the families.

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