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An Important First Step Toward Restoring Israeli Sovereignty in The South

Police expose massive criminal activity at Bir Hadage

An Important First Step Toward Restoring Israeli Sovereignty in The South***In a pre-dawn raid, a large force of Israel Police and Border Police, with aerial support provided by helicopter and ground support provided by canine units and horseback forces, descended on the Bedouin village of Bir Hadage, near the IDF Training Base at Tze'elim.In the course of the police action, two stolen IDF Sufa jeeps, which had been concealed in a field and a house in the village, were seized; IDF uniforms, communication devices, 2 Motorola units, 10 stolen cellphones, binoculars, and scanners for intercepting police and army radio communications were also recovered.Also seized were thousands of shekels in cash, and 4 active drug-productions hothouses.Anyone who's been following Regavim's activities is well-acquainted with our untiring efforts on this front: Over the years, we have raised this issue over and over, in the context of Israel's sovereignty and the rule of law in the Negev. We exposed the phenomenon of theft of military equipment and ammunition from the Tze'elim base, as well as the hothouses that have been constructed to grow marijuana. Recently, we were among the leaders of the protest movement of reserve soldiers who called for an end to the chaos at Tze'elim.Precisely because we are so keenly aware of the challenges, we would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the Israel Police Force for this successful operation.This morning's police action was a critically important first step toward restoring Israel's sovereignty in the Negev. It must be followed by additional campaigns, until the sovereignty and authority of the State of Israel become clear and undeniable throughout the Negev.***Regavim will continue to monitor the situation and spotlight the issues, as we remain at the frontline of the battle for Israel's sovereignty.

Posted by Regavim on Thursday, February 15, 2018

In a pre-dawn raid, a large force of Israel Police and Border Police, with aerial support provided by helicopter and ground support provided by canine units and horseback forces, descended on the Bedouin village of Bir Hadage, near the IDF Training Base at Tze’elim.

In the course of the police action, two stolen IDF Sufa jeeps, which had been concealed in a field and a house in the village, were seized; IDF uniforms, communication devices, 2 Motorola units, 10 stolen cellphones, binoculars, and scanners for intercepting police and army radio communications were also recovered.
Also seized were thousands of shekels in cash, and 4 active drug-productions hothouses.

Anyone who’s been following Regavim’s activities is well-acquainted with our untiring efforts on this front: Over the years, we have raised this issue over and over, in the context of Israel’s sovereignty and the rule of law in the Negev. We exposed the phenomenon of theft of military equipment and ammunition from the Tze’elim base, as well as the hothouses that have been constructed to grow marijuana. Recently, we were among the leaders of the protest movement of reserve soldiers who called for an end to the chaos at Tze’elim.

Precisely because we are so keenly aware of the challenges, we would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the Israel Police Force for this successful operation.

This¬† police action was a critically important first step toward restoring Israel’s sovereignty in the Negev. It must be followed by additional campaigns, until the sovereignty and authority of the State of Israel become clear and undeniable throughout the Negev.

Regavim will continue to monitor the situation and spotlight the issues, as we remain at the frontline of the battle for Israel’s sovereignty.

'An Important First Step Toward Restoring Israeli Sovereignty in The South
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In a pre-dawn raid, a large force of Israel Police and Border Police, with aerial support provided by helicopter and ground support provided by canine units and horseback forces, descended on the Bedouin village of Bir Hadage, near the IDF Training Base at Tze'elim.
In the course of the police action, two stolen IDF Sufa jeeps, which had been concealed in a field and a house in the village, were seized; IDF uniforms, communication devices, 2 Motorola units, 10 stolen cellphones, binoculars, and scanners for intercepting police and army radio communications were also recovered.
Also seized were thousands of shekels in cash, and 4 active drug-productions hothouses.
Anyone who's been following Regavim's activities is well-acquainted with our untiring efforts on this front: Over the years, we have raised this issue over and over, in the context of Israel's sovereignty and the rule of law in the Negev. We exposed the phenomenon of theft of military equipment and ammunition from the Tze'elim base, as well as the hothouses that have been constructed to grow marijuana. Recently, we were among the leaders of the protest movement of reserve soldiers who called for an end to the chaos at Tze'elim.
Precisely because we are so keenly aware of the challenges, we would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the Israel Police Force for this successful operation.
This morning's police action was a critically important first step toward restoring Israel's sovereignty in the Negev. It must be followed by additional campaigns, until the sovereignty and authority of the State of Israel become clear and undeniable throughout the Negev.
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Regavim will continue to monitor the situation and spotlight the issues, as we remain at the frontline of the battle for Israel's sovereignty.'
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