The settler media outlet Arutz Sheva reported (Hebrew) a highly "irregular" occurrence on Wednesday morning, in which a Palestinian stood next to Jewish Israelis at a hitchhiking stop near the West Bank settlement of Beit El. Avigdor Shatz, the Binyamin Regional Council's chief security officer in the area, was quoted as saying: Palestinians are not supposed to stand next to Jews at the same hitchhiking stop, certainly not in Beit El. Shatz admitted that the law does not actually bar Palestinians from standing at the Givat Asaf hitchhiking stop, named after the illegal outpost nearby. "It is not defined as Israeli…Read More... | 59 Comments
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