'Palestinian E1 tents evacuated only after Obama visit'

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March 21, 2013 05:09

 
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The recently erected Palestinian encampment in E1 will not be evacuated until after US President Barack Obama leaves Israel on Friday, a police source told Army Radio on Wednesday night.

Israeli security forces held a meeting regarding the outpost, that was set up on Wednesday morning, but have yet to decide on an evacuation date, according to the police source.

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