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Regavim filed a petition stating that Al-Zarnuk was built illegally on private Jewish Land and therefore its residents should be relocated to a legal town.
'Starting now, there will be no more enforcement against long-standing construction.'
This permit was used last Shabbat, when activists from the leftwing NGO Ta'ayush, an anarchist group that provokes violent confrontations in Judea and Samaria, arrived outside a religious moshav in Jordan Valley.
"It's no secret the UN abuses Israel at every opportunity," says Regavim.
Overnight, their home became 'illegal'.
Will the high court rule against Arabs with the same unyielding dedication it showed in the case of a Jewish community? Regavim – and the rest of us, want to find out.
The robberies are carried out aggressively and in broad daylight. Unique legal issues between the IDF and the PA also make law enforcement difficult.
'Illegal squatters in the Hiran area have chosen to use violence and murder to force the hand of the authorities, emboldened by anti-Israel NGOs and Arab-Israeli lawmakers.'
Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud): 'A terrorist belonging to the Islamic movement sped at our forces aiming to kill as many police as he could even before the eviction had begun.'
The camels' roundup was carried out by the Green Patrol, with police backup, after having been captured for the umpteenth time roaming aimlessly on the southern highways and the IDF firing zone.
If the court now approves of the Civil Administration expropriating lands in Area C to serve an Arab settlement, it might find it difficult in the future to halt similar impounding that would favor Jewish settlements.
The Netiv HaAvot neighborhood of Elazar was built in 2001 on land which was later claimed–with the urging and support of Peace Now–by the Mussa family of al-Khader, near Bethlehem.
NGO Regavim estimates the annual illegal construction in the Arab sector at 3,000.
"The EU works with the Palestinian Authority to develop Area C and support the Palestinian presence there", stated EU Representative Ralph Tarraf.
Regavim's official mission has nothing to do with Jewish settlements or with the two-state solution.
The president of J Street shared how enraged he is by the fact that groups that work in direct defiance of US foreign policy enjoy a tax-exempt status in the US.
Regavim said in a statement that the action sent "a clear message that if you are about to break the law, you will be stopped."
Their presence there is not passive, they're there to look for frictions.
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