Skip to comments.Beit El Prepares to Fight Demolition
Posted on 06/12/2012 4:08:02 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Hundreds of families have moved to Beit Els Ulpana neighborhood, local council head Moshe Rosenbaum told Arutz Sheva. They are sleeping there, in order to prevent [demolition] with their bodies, in order to say that there is no way it will happen, he said.
He preferred not to specify the red lines that protesters will not cross. Earlier in the day MK Yaakov Ketzaleh Katz said demonstrators will not harm soldiers, but will give everything they can to prevent the planned forcible eviction.
Protesters are not comforted by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahus promise to build 10 new homes in Beit El for each home that will be destroyed, Rosenbaum said. While preparations for the destruction are underway, I dont know of any real move to start fulfilling the promise, he reported. I dont believe he wants to build.
The sense that there is no real intention to build is increasing frustration and tension among those who oppose the demolition, he warned.
Deputy Legal Advisor to Government Mike Balas said Tuesday that Netanyahus promise to build is unfeasible. Beit El does not have enough land approved for Israeli construction to allow for 300 homes to be built, he argued.
The Ulpana neighborhood houses 30 families. It was built on land bought from a Palestinian Authority Arab.
A second PA man filed suit with the help of the far-left group Peace Now claiming the land in question was actually his, making the sale void. State prosecutors agreed to demolish the neighborhood in response to the mans claims.
Residents say the plaintiff has no proof of his claims. ...
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Since the Leftist Yids want Israel to ultimately be Judenrein I suggest making them work for it to the very end.
Unfortunately, the High Court’s ruling would not apply to itself, just to land in Judah and Samaria that was not part of the National Jewish Fund prior to 1948, which are lands that Baron Rothschild purchased during his lifetime and posthumously bequested to the State of Israel, some of it in present-day Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Other than those lands, any land in Judah and Samaria was deemed by the Court “private Arab land,” even without proof, and even without a specific owner, no Doctrine of Laches or other equitable way to extinguish it.