Thirty try to rebuild Mitzpe Avihai outpost

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 12, 2012 18:12

 
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Some 30 people went Thursday to Mitzpe Avihai near Kiryat Arba, in an attempt to rebuild the outpost which was evacuated in the morning.

Border police thwarted their plans.

Earlier, border Police transferred a 25-year-old man to police, after officers detained him Thursday morning during the evacuation of the Mitzpe Avihai outpost.

Border Police detained the man for causing damage to the entry gate to the outpost that allegedly injured one of their officers.

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