The Bedouin West Bank herding village will not be evacuated at least until the next elections are over, court rules.
The state had initially been scheduled to provide a written response to the court by May 1, but had asked for a delay until July 28.
“This will happen very soon, as soon as possible,” Netanyahu said.
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At the same time, the justices have urged both the Bedouin community and the state to find an agreed upon alternative location.
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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.
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Israeli experts have been touring the world to debate and discuss issues with legal scholars and feel they are gaining ground.
The Khan al-Ahmar situation represents a classical example of complementarity inasmuch as it addresses violations by the residents of the village of building, planning and zoning requirements.