Israel has yet to decide whether to demolish synagogue in vacated West Bank outpost
Migron leader requests that the synagogue and mikveh ritual baths be either moved or left in place.
Now that the approximately 50 families living in Migron have been evacuated to their new, temporary homes, the state must decide what to do about the synagogue that was built in the unauthorized outpost in the West Bank. The High Court of Justice ordered Migron's evacuation after determining that it was built on privately owned Palestinian land. The evictions were carried out earlier this week.