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The Left Has Folded. In Battle Against Illegal Settlement, Gantz Finds Himself Alone

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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After another day of deliberations, on Tuesday night, the settlers of the illegal Evyatar outpost agreed to the wording of a compromise with the Israeli government that reflects most of their ambitions. As part of the proposal, the settlers waived the demand they raised during negotiations that a yeshiva be established in the outpost as early as August, in order to maintain a continuous civilian presence at the site even after the evacuation. It has now been agreed that the yeshiva will be established only after the state determines the land’s legal status.

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