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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Building thaw planned for next week

The Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria are planning a thaw of the building freeze next week.
The Committee of Residents in Binyamin, a region in central and northern Samaria, plans a massive building program next week to challenge the construction freeze imposed by the Netanyahu government. The projects are to implement principled approved at a conference in the community of Ofrah a month ago.

The plan calls for every Jewish community in the region to at least one building for residents, such as expanding a synagogue, storeroom, or house, all of which are allowed under the freeze. However, several communities are to begin construction n new houses, a move specifically prohibited by the government for 10 months as of a month and a half ago.
How many places can the building inspectors be at the same time? Heh.


At 10:23 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

I support it. If the government wants to enfore the freeze, let it make the revanants day!

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