Occupation government funds Migron settlements with more than NIS 53 million


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[ PIC 30/04/2012 – 06:50 PM ]

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Hebrew newspaper “Haaretz”, stated on Monday, that the Zionist government would fund two temporary housing solutions for the settlers in “Migron” settlement at a cost of more than NIS 53 million.

The newspaper added that the government made the decision yesterday during its weekly council, in the wake of the High Court of Justice’s recent order that Migron must be evacuated and demolished no later than the first of next September, after proving that the outpost mentioned was built on Palestinian land.

Migron’s settlers declared that they prefer to move to a neighboring Palestinian hill called the Yekev compound, where it is scheduled to deploy, temporarily, mobile houses until constructing permanent ones later.

The commander of the occupation army’s central region, General Nitzan Alon, plans to issue a military order, soon, aiming to facilitate and speed up construction at the new site.

The Government transferred yesterday NIS 53 million for this plan so that it would be implemented as soon as possible.

However, due to several complications involving the Yekev site, the state has prepared a backup plan to settle the Migron’s settlers at Adam settlement where they were to have moved four years ago. Thus the government decided to immediately transfer NIS 28.5 million to the Housing and Construction Ministry to develop infrastructure in the site.





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