Dozens of youths laid foundations for a building, Thursday evening, on Giv'at Asher (Asher's Hill), named for Asher Palmer and his son Yehonatan, who were murdered by terrorists about six weeks ago on a nearby Judean road. They also prepared walkways and toured the area.
Shortly after the work was done, police arrived with orders to stop the work, according to the Tatzpit documentary unit of the Land of Israel Legal Forum. Activist Daniel Gilad responded, "We won't let our land remain abandoned. Wherever they try to harm us, we will build and protect ourselves. Giv'at Asher will not remain abandoned. The activists have planned an event there for Chaunukah.