Second settlement demolition carried out in one day

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 2, 2011 16:57

 
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Border Police and Civil Administration authorities demolished the Ga'on Yarden settlement outpost in the Binyamin region of the West Bank Thursday afternoon, in which several buildings were illegally built.

"The movement for building Judea and Samarea" responded to the latest demolition, saying, "Violent demolition attempts will not stop us and won't weaken our hand. Our spirit is with us, and we are steadfast in continuing to build the land [of Israel]"

The demolition was the second carried out in the West Bank on Thursday. Earlier, several structures were demolished in the settlement of Alei Ayin. Ten people were arrested in that incident after a Molotov cocktail engulfed a police commander's car and clashes between police and settlers took place.

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