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Uninvited: Border Police Storm Migron Outpost During Wedding

A wedding in Migron several years ago. Residents vow to continue building despite police attempts to destroy their village.

A wedding in Migron several years ago. Residents vow to continue building despite police attempts to destroy their village.
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On Tuesday afternoon, a Border Guard police force raided the outpost of Ramat Migron in the Benjamin region, where two minors were detained without being arrested.

Border Guard police also raided the nearby outpost of Maoz Zion.

The raid, as has become a habit with the Border Guard, took place while a wedding was being conducted in the small village of Ramat Migron.

Local residents complained in the past that the police intelligence service’s ritual of arriving with an intent to destroy property during these celebrations stems from a desire to weaken the outpost residents and ruin their celebrations. But every destruction will be followed by construction, they vowed.

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3 Responses to “Uninvited: Border Police Storm Migron Outpost During Wedding”

  1. Robin Ticker says:

    Harassing during a wedding in Ramat Migron is the work of bullies, the burning of a newlywed's home by Arabs in Havat Gilad home Yisca and Elyasaf Oyerbach. is the result of empowerment of Arabs by those who do not protect Jewish Settlement in our Biblical Land.

  2. Muriel Coudurier-Curveur says:

    The Border Police should be disbanded and reorganized to only include people who have sworn a pledge of allegiance to the State and Nation of Israel. As I see it, they are paid to harass Law abiding Jews while being over-zealously lenient towards Arab scofflaws.

  3. Sara Mandell says:

    Unfortunately, it's typical. This has been going on for years. We really need to unify & show the gov't that there are some things a Jewish soldier just won't do.

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