Right-wing activists protest outside settler leader's Kiryat Arba house

August 19, 2009 16:28


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A group of young female right-wing activists protested on Wednesday afternoon opposite the house of settler leader Ze'ev 'Zambish' Hever, after he agreed to the evacuation of the unauthorized outpost Bnei Adam. According to the young women, the man's wife attacked one of them during the demonstration. They said they were filing a complaint with Kiryat Arba police, the West Bank settlement where Hever resides. The activists were holding signs which said "You have no mandate on the Land of Israel," and "No agreements on land."

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