Ulpana protest tent at rally 370.
(photo credit: TOVAH LAZAROFF)
Settlers on Wednesday afternoon vowed to defend their homes. They spoke after parliamentarians dashed their hopes that a legislative solution could save four West Bank outposts from destruction this year.
“We are continuing the battle.
It is just moral and logical,” said Rabbi Yair Frank of Amona, one of the four outposts.
Frank and Yehuda Yifrach, also from Amona near the Ofra settlement, began a hunger strike on May 29 and initiated the final grassroots protest in advance of Wednesday’s Knesset vote on the “outpost bill,” by pitching a tent near the Supreme Court.
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