Court Postpones Demolition of Illegal Synagogue for Fear of Revenge Attacks

Structure was built without permits on private Palestinian land; about 300 settlers on-site to protest demolition; vandals spray-paint 'you don't destroy synagogues' on Wall of Supreme Court.

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The High Court of Justice on Wednesday postponed the demolition of an illegally-built synagogue in Givat Ze'ev, northwest of Jerusalem, for two weeks. The demolition had been scheduled for Thursday.