A deal struck to legalize the yeshiva was born from a defense concern: The government didn't want to see a violent repeat of Amona.
NGO Yesh Din claimed that the attack, which left three Palestinians injured, was in full view of the army.
After a journalist asked Foreign Minister Yair Lapid about connecting outpost residents to the electricity grid, Lapid said: “These are not young settlements, these are illegal outposts.”
The demolition order sparked outrage from Religious Zionist Party MK Orit Struck who demanded justice for a family on the outpost who didn't participate in the attack.
Many Jewish outposts in the West Bank would fit the criteria set in the new Electricity Law.
Yehuda Dimentman was very active in the Nahala Movement, which seeks to create new outposts and strengthen Israel's hold on Judea and Samaria.
The IDF said that hundreds of Palestinians had gathered in the area, south of the Palestinian city of Nablus.
Some 50 right-wing protesters, mostly settlers, attempted to impede the evacuation of Geulat Zion.
Mossi Raz stated that the children of settler leader Itai Zar should be taken and given to an adoptive family.
Public Security Minister Omer Bar-Lev spoke after PM Bennett said he will honor his pledge to some 50 families who illegally moved to the West Bank hilltop to authorize the outpost.