Police station to be built on E1 territory

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January 3, 2006 13:20
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Plans to build a new police headquarters between Jerusalem and Ma'aleh Adumim were scheduled for approval, said Danny Tirza, head of the Separation Fence Authority, on Tuesday morning. Tirza added that he was aware of plans to challenge construction in the controversial E1 territory via a petition to the High Court of Justice. During a Monday tour of the E1 territory, Tirza briefed National Union Knesset members and told them there were two other plans for construction in the area, but that they were under "deep freeze," Israel Radio reported.

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