Settlers clash with border policemen at Talmon

Settlers clash with bord

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December 17, 2009 12:07

 
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Clashes erupted on Thursday morning between border policeman and settlers in the settlement of Talmon after Civil Administration officials arrived at the community to monitor compliance of the 10-month construction freeze. Dozens of local residents and right wing activists are attempting to prevent the inspectors from entering the settlement. According to Israel Radio, six people had been arrested, 4 of whom were minors. The settlers claimed that the border policemen used excessive force.

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