Rivlin says Ulpana outpost law must be just

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May 11, 2012 09:07

 
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Addressing the pending evacuation and eviction of homes in the Ulpana outpost, Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin said the law must be changed so there can be justice, in an interview with Israel Radio Friday morning.

The government will grapple with the Supreme Court's order to destroy homes in the outpost, built on private Palestinian land, in a special Ministerial meeting on the subject later on Friday.

"I think Zion is all ours," he said, but noted: "My friends on the Left believe that settling is bad for Zionism."

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