Yitzhar

What is Yitzhar known for?


violent activities

. Shin Bet says it has accumulated information on the involvement of Yitzhar's yeshiva students in illegal, subversive and violent activities against Arabs and the security forces first1 Chaim last1 Levinson first2 Amos last2 Harel In 2003, rabbi Ginzburg who is a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidic movement (Chabad Lubavitch), was indicted for incitement to racism in his book "Tipul Shoresh" ("Root Treatment"), which contains calls for the Arabs


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with the yeshiva were forbidden to enter the West Bank on "well-founded suspicions that these students had been involved in attacks on Arabs, including "price tag" attacks on Arab property".


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work UNOCHA date February 2012 accessdate 13 October 2013 Four inhabitants of Yitzhar were arrested on 13 June 2011 on suspicion of incitement and attacks on public order, including a minor suspected of setting fire to Palestinian property, after Israeli police raided the "Hakol Hayehudi" (The Jewish Voice) news site run from Yitzhar.


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weapons after settler shootings author Katz, Yaakov work The Jerusalem Post date 2 June 2012 accessdate 7 May 2013 A Palestinian and an Israeli security guard for the Yitzhar settlement were injured in clashes on 17 December 2012 outside the settlement after a Palestinian shepherd approached the settlement and a group of Palestinians began hurling rocks at guards and IDF soldiers which responded with riot dispersal means. According to the Israeli NGO Yesh Din, who

The Independent accessdate 6 May 2013 set fire to fields in Palestinian villages, and stoned two buses carrying Palestinian schoolgirls, lightly injuring two girls and one


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Shalhevet Ya has three permanent houses and a caravan. On 21 August 2013, settlers razed Palestinian land with bulldozers to expand the Yitzhar settlement. They were protected by Israeli soldiers. http


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work UNOCHA date February 2012 accessdate 13 October 2013 Four inhabitants of Yitzhar were arrested on 13 June 2011 on suspicion of incitement and attacks on public order, including a minor suspected of setting fire to Palestinian property, after Israeli police raided the "Hakol Hayehudi" (The Jewish Voice) news site run from Yitzhar.


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: books.google.it books?id 3p2FZ-_0Z70C&pg PA220 ''The Rape of Palestine and the Struggle for Jerusalem ,'' Gefen Publishing House, Jerusalem 2003 p.220. Fatal Terrorist Attacks in Israel Since the DOP (Sept 1993) Yitzhar settlers reacted by leading an armed funeral cortege past local Palestinian villages, and stating


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Sabbath. A video of an incident of Saturday 19 May 2012 released by the Israeli NGO B'Tselem shows a large number of young men from the settlement of Yitzhar descending towards the nearby Palestinian village of Asira al-Qubliya, young Palestinian men from Asira al-Qubliya coming out to confront the settlers when they approach the village, as well as burning fields later on and heavily armed Jewish settlers shooting at and wounding a young Palestinian, with Israeli soldiers standing

by and doing nothing to prevent the shooting. Yitzhar's spokesman said in a telephone interview with the BBC that "the incident had been started by the Palestinian villagers who ... had deliberately set fire to their own land in order to try and burn down the Jewish settlement," in what he called "arson terror", claiming that the settlers had gone down the hill to try and extinguish the fire, and were "attacked by hundreds of Arab rioters hurling rocks at them." Although

in its entirety." A week later, a Palestinian was shot and wounded by a settler from Yitzhar in clashes which started when a group of settlers set fire to fields belonging to the Palestinian village of Urif.<


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. Shin Bet says it has accumulated information on the involvement of Yitzhar's yeshiva students in illegal, subversive and violent activities against Arabs and the security forces first1 Chaim last1 Levinson first2 Amos last2 Harel In 2003, rabbi Ginzburg who is a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidic movement (Chabad Lubavitch), was indicted for incitement to racism in his book "Tipul Shoresh" ("Root Treatment"), which contains calls for the Arabs

first Yuval last Yoaz In January 2010, Shapira was arrested for alleged involvement in the torching of a Palestinian mosque in the village of Yasuf, after five of his students had been arrested on suspicion of torching the mosque's carpet and book closet and obstructing the investigation. Shapira, who refused to say which of his students had taken part in the attack, was released a day after his arrest.

Court of Justice if its funding is halted. In November 2011, Israel's Education Ministry decided to withhold funds from the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva and close down the Dorshei Yehudcha Yeshiva high school. The decision was based on information received from the defense establishment of extensive involvement by students and rabbis in violent acts against Palestinian residents and Israeli security forces.


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; predominantly strictly religious Jewish settlers. The Nahal settlement was called 'Rogen', a play on words from the Hebrew root meaning 'annoyance'. The Hebrew term 'yitzhar' is a biblical term, meaning "high quality olive oil&quot;, and derives from one of the region's major industries. Geography Yitzhar is situated east of the Israel-West bank separation barrier (Israeli West Bank barrier), 20.5 kilometers

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The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law (International law and Israeli settlements), but the Israeli government disputes this.

The New York Times has described Yitzhar as "an extremist bastion on the hilltops commanding the Palestinian city of Nablus ... where a local war is ... being waged". The inhabitants of Yitzhar have a reputation as being among the most extreme Israeli settlers and regularly clash with members of the Israeli security forces and local Palestinian civilians. The settlement is at the forefront of the settler movement's so called "price tag" policy (Price tag policy) which calls for attacks against Palestinians in retaliation for actions of the Israeli government against West Bank settlements. Amos Harel, Revital Hovel, Jack Khoury,'Security sources: 100 followers of racist rabbi are behind hate crimes,' Haaretz 8 May 2014. In May 2014, Shin Bet said the price-tag hate crimes were mainly attributable to about 100 extremist youth, mostly from Yitzhar, acting on ideas associated with rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburg at the community's Od Yosef Chai yeshiva. Amos Harel, Revital Hovel, Jack Khoury,'Security sources: 100 followers of racist rabbi are behind hate crimes,' Haaretz 8 May 2014.

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