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August 1, 1995 | From Associated Press
Police and soldiers chased hundreds of Jewish settlers up and down a West Bank hilltop Monday in an eviction meant to show that right-wing Israelis will not be allowed to block the expansion of Palestinian self-rule. The operation took all day. For hours, Jewish settlers who were dragged down Dagan Hill, about 12 miles south of Jerusalem, ran right back up to an encampment they had erected last week, declaring it to be a new part of the nearby Efrat settlement. Dozens of settlers were arrested.
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March 1, 2001 | From Reuters
Mounting publicity helped a group of monks delay a Wednesday deadline for eviction from a monastery near Jerusalem, but the Franciscan owners said they were still determined to evict them. After a long-running legal battle, the six Greek Melkite Catholic monks were told that bailiffs would force them to leave the Monastery of St. John in the Desert on Wednesday morning. But they appeared to have won a temporary reprieve. "The bailiff himself telephoned us.
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March 1, 2001 | From Reuters
Mounting publicity helped a group of monks delay a Wednesday deadline for eviction from a monastery near Jerusalem, but the Franciscan owners said they were still determined to evict them. After a long-running legal battle, the six Greek Melkite Catholic monks were told that bailiffs would force them to leave the Monastery of St. John in the Desert on Wednesday morning. But they appeared to have won a temporary reprieve. "The bailiff himself telephoned us.
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September 16, 1997 | REBECCA TROUNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday denounced Jewish settlers who took up residence in two buildings in East Jerusalem, hinting that his government may, on grounds of public safety, evict the three families who moved into the Palestinian neighborhood under cover of night.
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September 16, 1997 | REBECCA TROUNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday denounced Jewish settlers who took up residence in two buildings in East Jerusalem, hinting that his government may, on grounds of public safety, evict the three families who moved into the Palestinian neighborhood under cover of night.
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August 1, 1995 | From Associated Press
Police and soldiers chased hundreds of Jewish settlers up and down a West Bank hilltop Monday in an eviction meant to show that right-wing Israelis will not be allowed to block the expansion of Palestinian self-rule. The operation took all day. For hours, Jewish settlers who were dragged down Dagan Hill, about 12 miles south of Jerusalem, ran right back up to an encampment they had erected last week, declaring it to be a new part of the nearby Efrat settlement. Dozens of settlers were arrested.
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