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Audio: Families Evicted from Ulpana Neighborhood in Beit El


Binyamin Regional Council Spokeswoman Miri Moaz to get an update on the eviction of families from the Ulpana neighborhood of Beit El.
6/28/2012, 3:03 PM

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On today's Reality Bytes Radio, Josh Hasten speaks to Binyamin Regional Council Spokeswoman Miri Moaz to get an update on the eviction of families from the Ulpana neighborhood of Beit El. Most families have already left the neighborhood and have relocated to their "trailer park" nearby.  

Also on the program Ahron Glazier the marketing and distribution director for JerusalemOnlineU.com, an organization devoted to creating passionate supporters and advocates for Israel.

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Homemade signs say "welcome to the new neighborhood."

One of the new trailer style pre-fab home to replacing the apartment buildings that were evicted.

The Ulpana neighborhood of Beit El. One the five buildings in the top row were evicted due to a Supeme Court order. Above the neighborhood is an ancient tomb, remains of a mikvah, and the reputed site of the Jaciob;s ladder dream of the Bible.

All photos by Josh Hasten.







Josh Hasten is the President of the Bar-Am Public Relations firm based in Jerusalem and the CAMERA organization's 2009 Letter Writer of the Year. He is the founder of LettersForIsrael.com, a service which gives pro-Israel advocates the opportunity to improve their chances of getting their ideas published in the media. Josh hosts the Reality Bytes podcast live every Thursday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am Israel time on Arutz Sheva -  Israel National Radio.
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