"Could you even begin to imagine the prospect of suddenly being forced to evacuate your cosy apartment" - yes, I can. My family was kicked out of Ukraine. Almost literally. My Dad lost his job, my Mom lost her job, I was kicked out of school. I was lucky that I had relatives in US. All these settlers are lucky they have Israel behind them, with some money, some houses, same language and lots of people willing to help. I did not have that. So I know how it feels. And I do not complain, and I am not cursing every Ukraininan I meet. I moved on and I built my life. And they should do exactly the same thing. They knew they were taking on risks, they knew those settlements were not recognized and they still went there. When I buy a house, I make damn sure that all paperwork is legal. And if it is not, I better be ready to move out.
Several injured after Jerusalem protest march against Al-Aqsa restrictions dispersed (Haaretz)
from the article: IDF: Demolition of settlement houses may start at end of next week