State asks for delay in Amona outpost response

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June 30, 2013 21:43

 
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The state asked the High Court of Justice on Sunday to give it until Thursday, July 4 to investigate settlers claims that they have purchased some of the property lots in the Amona outpost.

The court has ordered the state to evacuate the outpost by July 15, because it was built without permits on property classified by the state as belonging to private Palestinians.

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