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Topic - Noam Arnon
HEBRON, West Bank (AP) — Israeli security forces armed with sledgehammers, chain saws and power clippers smashed through the fortified doors of a building in the holy city of Hebron yesterday to evict two Jewish settler families and hundreds of supporters.
HEBRON, West Bank (AP) — Israeli police, using sledgehammers, chain saws and power clippers, stormed a building in the biblical city of Hebron early today and dragged out hundreds of Jewish settlers who had holed up there illegally.
"I am sure we will return. Hebron has a long history and we will return," he said.
"This is a crime against justice and against Jewish history," said Noam Arnon, a spokesman for the Hebron settlers. "I am sure we will return. Hebron has a long history, and we will return."