Settlers try to build in Oz Zion outpost; 2 minors arrested

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January 8, 2012 21:27

 
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Dozens of settlers arrived at the Oz Zion outpost in the West Bank equipped with building tools with the intention of setting up structures.

Army and police forces arrived on the scene and showed the right-wing activists a decree which declared the area a closed military zone.

Most of the  activists dispersed, but two minors were arrested by the army. The suspects, one from Bat Yam and the other from Bnei Brak, are suspected of attacking a police officer and violating a military decree. Judea and Samaria police took both for questioning.

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