The approximately thirty anarchists who arrived outside the Oz v’Gaon nature park in Gush Etzion on Friday morning, discovered that their plans had been foiled by Israeli police and the IDF.
The anarchists had hoped to bring in Arabs from a nearby village and destroy an access road leading to the park by planting trees in the middle of the road. Police did not let them near the area.
The anarchists ended holding a protest inside the nearby Arab village of Beit Fajr.
Within the Oz v’Gaon nature park, some one hundred Gush Etzion residents toured the park and listened to a lecture by Caroline Glick, who is now running for election in Naftali Bennett’s New Right party.
Glick spoke about promoting Israeli sovereignty over Area C, and how ludicrous the situation is, where a question can even be raised about the legality of Oz v’Gaon, which is indisputably located on state land.
Regarding elections, Glick said it was important that the New Right gets as many mandates as it can, as Netanyahu will be the Prime Minister, and the right needs to make sure he heads up a rightwing coalition.
The Oz v’Gaon nature park was established by Nadia Matar and Yehudit Katzover in response to the murder of the three boys.