Skip to comments.Migronís Dilemma: To Protest or not to Protest
Posted on 08/26/2012 4:20:16 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Residents of Migron face expulsion and are being pressured by the government to leave peacefully and by neighboring communities to protest.
Migron has been the victim of the same type of government policies that uprooted Gush Katif Jews from their homes after years of government support and promises they would never be forced out of their homes. Promises from the Netanyahu administration to back Migron fell, one by one, even when investors bought a number of land parcels from alleged Palestinian Authority owners.
The High Court did not deny the recent purchases were legal but ruled the change in property ownership of part of Migron as not sufficient proof to change its original decision to order them to be removed and their houses to be destroyed.
The 17 families who live on land parcels are appealing again to the High Court for a change in heart.
Migron is the largest community to come under the guillotine since Gush Katif, and the IDF, though the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT), is sending representatives to Migron Sunday to offer to help the residents pack up and leave peacefully, which they say they will not do. .....
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Something must be done about the krinocracy that is Israel and the liguini spined politicians who cave into it.