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Liberman explained that Mandelblit had told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that it was legally important to make one more attempt to negotiate with the 180 residents of Khan al-Ahmar.
Israel’s High Court of Justice had ruled that there was no legal barrier to the demolition of the village, but that it preferred to see a negotiated resolution.
The Civil Administration warned Khan al-Ahmar residents that they must demolish their modular homes by October 1.
The families “reject the plan of the State of Israel and wish to continue living in Al Khan al-Ahmar,” their attorney Tawfiq Jabareen said on Tuesday.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The Bedouins of Khan al-Ahmar want to remain where they are but the state wants to relocate them to permanent homes in Jahalin West, a neighborhood of the nearby Area C Palestinian town of Abu Din.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“This will happen very soon, as soon as possible,” Netanyahu said.
Likud leader starts effort to woo votes from parties on Right.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Bedouin spokesman says state plans to relocate village next to sewage plant.
The former defense minister spoke as he stood on a hilltop outside the herding village of tents and shacks that is located just off Route 1, next to the Kfar Adumim settlement.
Residents of the Bedouin encampment wait for the axe to fall
By MARK WEISS
Israeli experts have been touring the world to debate and discuss issues with legal scholars and feel they are gaining ground.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
“Khan Ahmar has to be taken down. We have to stand against the world," Bayit Yehudi MK Bezalel Smotrich says.
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