In a statement, the Regavim organization said Monday that the State Attorney's Office was guilty of “shooting an arrow and then placing the target. Today's decision by the State Attorney to support the eviction of Jews in Migron, even after they have purchased the land their homes stand on, is proof of the well-known saying that 'bad circumstances lead to bad legal decisions.' This is a completely illogical decision, which makes a joke of the work of the ministerial panel on settlement and insults the public's intelligence,” the group said.
The State Attorney's office earlier Monday said that it supported the position that residents of Migron must be evicted from their homes, despite the fact that residents have recently purchased the land that their homes stand upon. The State Attorney apparently objects to Migron residents' remaining on their land because a path that leads to it passes within Arab property.