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A group of leftists interrupted a construction job undertaken by the Ministry of Defense, to pave a path between Kiryat Arba and Hebron.
At first, it looked like they were not going to be able to block the work, but in the end, the MOD workers were forced to stop working.
The work had all the required government permits.
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