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Right-Wing Israelis Establish First West Bank Settlements

SEBASTIA, WEST BANK - DECEMBER 8, 1975: Right-wing Israeli Rabbi Moshe Levinger waves an Israeli flag as he and his followers celebrate the government's agreement to meet their demands to set up the first Jewish settlement in the Samaria December 8, 1975 in their encampment at the Sebastia railway station in the northern West Bank. Thirty years later, another generation of Jewish settlers, this time in 17 Gaza Strip settlements and another four in the northern West Bank, is threatening a last stand against forced removal as Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan approaches its August 15, 2005 implementation. (Photo by Moshe Milner/GPO via Getty Images)
Right-Wing Israelis Establish First West Bank Settlements
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