Settlers threaten to rally against Spanish FM Hebron visit

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February 7, 2011 23:16

 
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Settlers have asked to meet with Spanish Foreign Affairs Minister Trinidad Jiménez when she visits Hebron Tuesday morning in hopes of swaying her to halt her country’s support of a Palestinian construction project near the Cave of the Patriarchs.

Should she refuse to meet with them, they have warned that they will hold a protest rally during her Hebron visit.

Jimenez’s two-day trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories is her first since taking office two months ago.

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