Hebron evictions cause political strife

צילום: מוטי קמחי

The government’s internal squabbles continue, as Bayit Yehudi and Likud members take aim at Ya’alon for evicting settlers in Hebron. ‘I will not compromise on legal matters,’ Ya’alon says in response.

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