Rabbis call on Supreme Court to prevent Migron demolition

January 26, 2012 22:28


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One hundred and thirty national-religious rabbis sent a letter to Supreme Court Justice Dorit Beinisch on Thursday calling on her to cancel the Supreme Court decision to destroy homes in the Migron settlement outpost.

Among the signatories were senior national-religious figures including Rabbi Haim Druckman, head of the Bnei Akiva youth movement and Dean of Ohr Etzion yeshiva, Tzohar chairman Rabbi David Stav, Safed chief rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu and chief rabbi of Ramat Gan Yaakov Ariel.

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