Skip to comments.Cabinet Hammers Nail in Migronís Future at Present Site
Posted on 04/29/2012 4:37:23 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
The Cabinet Sunday approved a nearby temporary housing site for residents of Migron, over whose heads hangs an expulsion order.
Nationalist Knesset Members in the coalition have insisted that Migron must remain in its current location, and the High Court has rejected a government petition to defer the scheduled expulsion beyond a July 15 deadline.
The unanimous vote by the Cabinet approved a temporary housing site on Givat HaYekev in Kochav Yaakov, located in central Samaria. This was part of an agreement negotiated between the residents and the government as a site for the town if the present location is proven to be Arab owned.
The Cabinet also approved the preparation of ground for an alternative site in the community of Adam in the event that Givat HaYekev cannot be made ready according to the timetable set by the court.
Nationalist legislators still are hoping to be able to pass a law that would allow the residents to remain in their homes, built on land that the High Court ruled, in a petition by Peace Now, belongs to Arabs, even though no proof has been submitted of their ownership. The status of the land is unclear and the residents were hoping to remain in their present homes until that is decided in the lower courts - and that even if the decision is against their claims, that they could stay in their present homes until the new ones are built. .....
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To where? All the courts everywhere suck enough as is, without taking Israel’s especially sucky judges. Borneo? Mongolia? They suck, too, I’m sure.