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“I will not allow the uprooting of any settlement or any settler,” Netanyahu said as he stood under strobe lights on a temporary stage set up on an empty lot in the Revava settlement.
He said that the "family, who has lived there for the past 20 years, built a new home on land that they were led believe was okay. That is now being demolished."
Among those expected to participate in the meeting are Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Maraud and his Palestinian counterpart Riyad al-Maliki.
Settlers waged a similar campaign against former defense minster Moshe Ya’alon and supported Liberman when he became defense minister last year.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Arrests follow attacks on police officers and IDF soldiers in the turbulent settlement.
By ALIMASHER KAMISHU
Settlement leaders voice anger, but Netanyahu says new directives allow for considerable flexibility.
By MARK WEISS
‘Guys with “peyot” and bearded faces are much more photogenic than a guy without a beard who speaks Hebrew that everyone can understand’
By OZ ROSENBERG/MAARIV
UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov warned that Israel was not abiding by UN resolutions as Netanyahu boasts of the construction of a new settlement for Amona evacuees.
"The entire public expects of the prime minister not to allow any hostile element, whether they be leftist groups, judicial or clerical bodies, stop the construction," say residents of Amona.
“There has not been, nor will there will be, a better government for settlements than ours,” Netanyahu said.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,GIL HOFFMAN
The worst may be over for the Six Day War’s most improbable casualty – the Israeli consensus
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Scholar Sara Hirschhorn dives into the world of American Jews who settled in the West Bank.
By RON KRONISH
Foreign Press Association: "The case offers an important test of Israel’s commitment to protecting all civilians and ensuring freedom of the press."
By EYTAN HALON
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