Israel again seeks delay to evacuate Migron outpost

An Israeli settler woman walks outside her prefabricated house in the Jewish settlement of Migron in MarchIsrael on Sunday again asked the Supreme Court for more time to evacuate the Migron settlement outpost, which the same court has ordered razed by August 1.


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