Palestinian police briefly detain settler who mistakenly fled into one of their villages

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March 25, 2014 10:56

 
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Palestinian police apprehended a settler who had mistakenly fled into a Palestinian village to elude the IDF on Sunday morning following an incident on the Homesh hilltop, near Nablus in the West Bank.

The young man was a student the unauthorized Homesh Yeshiva, which holds classes daily in a tent.

The yeshiva is located on the ruins of the former Homesh settlement which the IDF destroyed in the summer of 2005, during Disengagement.

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