Netanyahu Considers How To Prevent Demolition of Ulpanah Neighbourhood
Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has asked his ministers to think again about the legal consequences of Monday's Supreme Court decision that the settlement outpost, 'Ulpanah', close to the settlement of Beit El, should be removed, and within 60 days. 'Ulpanah' was built on private Palestinian land.
Israeli daily "Haaretz" reported today that although Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has opposed bills on Ulpana because of the attorney general's opposition, on Tuesday he discussed the matter with several ministers and has backtracked, asking them to "think" about it.
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