Each of the buildings being moved from the Ulpana Neighborhood in Beit El will be "sawed" into 108 parts, which will be stored in a special storage site. They will then be reassembled at a new location inside Beit El.
The details were reported by IDF Radio.
Yesh Din, a far-leftist organization that represents the Arab who claims to be the owner of the land on which the buildings now stand, has said it will demand guarantees that the plan will be executed quickly and without delay.
Defense Ministry employees arrived at the Ulpana Neighborhood Thursday morning to carry out the eviction of the 17 families that remained at the neighborhood after 15 families were evicted Tuesday.
The second group being evicted is mostly made up of older families, which have more children than the ones evicted Tuesday. Therefore they will be receiving "caravillas" with a floor area of 90 square meters, as opposed to the 60 sq. m. caravillas that the first group received.