Largest Israeli religious youth movement invites members to build illegal settlement for holiday

The national-religious youth movement Bnei Akiva has called on its members to take part in a group activity for Tu B’Shvat, the 15th of the Jewish month of Shvat which is also the date of the Jewish new year for trees, in which they will help build infrastructure for a new illegal settlement outpost in Samaria.

On Friday, the Secretary-General of Bnei Akiva in Israel Danny Hirschberg sent out an SMS in which he invited the movement’s youth to participate in the practical building of Evyatar, Army Radio reported on Sunday.


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