Illegal structure evacuated in Ramat Migron outpost

Security forces peacefully clear residents from a structure in Ramat Migron, a day after two evacuations in West Bank outposts.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 18, 2012 20:58
Migron home demolition in 2011

Migron home demolition 2011 370. (photo credit: Marc Israel Sellem)

 
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Security forces evacuated an illegal structure in the West Bank outpost of Ramot Migron in Binyamin on Friday.

The structure was evacuated peacefully, according to Border Police.

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The incident followed a previous evacuation at the outpost overnight Wednesday.

Police said that the structure did not have the proper permits. Structures in Ramat Migron have been destroyed by authorities and later rebuilt several times.

Authorities also evacuated an illegal structure in the nearby outpost of Oz Zion.

Six suspects were detained Wednesday night for allegedly disturbing the peace, interfering with a public employee and trespassing in a closed military zone during the evacuations.

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