Settlement Leader Seeks Payback From West Bank Outpost He Tried to Save

Ze’ev Hever, at loggerheads with former residents of Migron, wants NIS 150,000 for his efforts on their behalf.

A falling-out between Ze’ev Hever, head of the settlement division of the Yesha Council of Jewish settlements, and former residents of the illegal outpost Migron, has led another organization that Hever heads - Amana - to make the unusual demand that the former outpost pay NIS 150,000 for work Hever performed in his unsuccessful effort to head off its evacuation.