Teens protesting outpost removal try to block road

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
January 19, 2006 18:57

Two dozen right-wing youths tried to block traffic at the main entrance to Jerusalem Thursday protesting the government's plan to dismantle an illegal West Bank outpost. This was the second such protest in the last week, police said. Police forcibly dispersed the crowd of female teens who were demonstrating against the planned demolition of the Amona outpost near the West Bank settlement of Ofra. One demonstrator was detained for questioning.



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