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

Defense Minister Gantz wants to set red lines at the outset of the government, in which he is somewhat a fifth wheel

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel

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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