Smotrich heads to Homesh to ‘break blockade’ on illegal outpost

Religious Zionism party chief Bezalel Smotrich says members of his far-right party will go to the illegal outpost of Homesh tonight “to break the blockade” — a reference to security forces preventing settlers from going there amid a push to erect new buildings.

Smotrich demands that the outpost get legal authorization following the terror attack there on Thursday night in which Yehuda Dimentman, 25, was killed. Dimentman was studying at a yeshiva at the illegal settlement.

Head of the Religious Zionist Party MK Bezalel Smotrich speaks during a rally against the government in Tel Aviv, November 2, 2021. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)

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