Two Ramat Migron residents expelled from West Bank

August 22, 2012 10:09


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Two right-wing residents of the West Bank Ramat Migron outpost received restraining orders on Tuesday night for suspected disturbances and actions against Palestinians, according to Israel Radio.

One activist was expelled from the West Bank for a period of six months, and the other for nine months. Last week, restraining orders were issued to two other right-wing activists.

MK Michael Ben Ari said in response: "I am afraid for the image of Israeli democracy. If there is evidence, law enforcement indictments must be honored, but if there is no evidence, it is undemocratic to issue such orders to people."

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