Settlers throw mud, rocks at civil administration inspectors in West Bank

Settlers throw mud, rock

December 7, 2009 13:43


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Unrest continued in the West Bank on Monday, with settlers blocking civil administration inspectors from delivering orders to enforce a recently announced 10-month moratorium on settlement construction. In Ma'ale Levona, settlers gathered to block inspectors from entering the settlement, and reportedly threw mud and rocks. There were also reports of dumpsters being used to prevent the inspectors' entry.

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