Netzarim evacuees to leave Ariel college

Netzarim evacuees were expected to leave the Judea and Samaria College in Ariel on Wednesday. The college hosted the evacuated families since the Augu

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October 26, 2005 05:24
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Netzarim evacuees were expected to leave the Judea and Samaria College in Ariel on Wednesday. The college hosted the evacuated families since the August pullout, but required the living quarters due to the beginning of the academic year. Most of the residents had already moved to other settlements in the Negev and were expected to found a new settlement in the Halutza area in the coming year, Army Radio reported. Some 20 families who chose to remain in Ariel were being moved to temporary housing in the high school yeshiva at Karnei Shomron until permanent housing could be found. Meanwhile, most of the Ganei Tal evacuees, who had been living in the vacation apartments in Kibbutz Hafetz Hayim since the pullout, were expected to receive the keys to their new caravillas in the Yad Binyamin settlement on Wednesday. They were expected to complete the move to the new location by the weekend.

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