IDF to remove Yizhar security perimeter

November 2, 2005 06:02


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IDF is going to destroy the security perimeter of Yitzhar because residents of the settlement dismantled security cameras that were part of the integrated security system of the Samarian settlement near Nablus, Israel Radio reported Wednesday morning. The settlement Yitzhar made headlines even before this summer's disengagement for episodes of violence and vandalism against security forces. A Paratrooper company that had been posted in the settlement was withdrawn when residents of Yitzhar cut off their water supplies and vandalized IDF jeeps.

More about:Samaria, Yitzhar, Nablus

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