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The government will discuss a proposal by Israeli Minister of army, Avigdor Lieberman, demanding full recognition and legalization of the outpost, which will provide it government funding and development.
A report from the regional police in Camp Simeon Ola in Legazpi City, said that the NPA rebels who attacked the Gubat outpost were on board a van and a motorcycle.
The report also revealed that the council spent $5 million towards public infrastructure in the outposts, allocated 500,000 shekels for "preserving state lands" and transferred $1 million to the Yesha Settlement Council.
The incidents started when civilian and unarmed demonstrators protested a military outpost that is under construction in Lice.
Peace Now submitted in 2007 a petition against six outposts considered by the Israeli government as illegal.
Peace Now said that the two new outposts contain mobile homes, infrastructure, electricity, water and roads and even air-conditioning.
Further demolitions in another four outposts are expected to take place by the year's end.
Last week, the government sent troops to dismantle two outposts.
Netanyahu told his right-wing Likud faction on Monday that Israel would have to dismantle what it considers illegal outposts, as demanded by Washington, since the issue of Iran was more important, newspaper reports said.
Phase one of the plan requires Israel to halt settlement construction and take down unauthorised settlement outposts built after March 2001.
With Ramadi the setting of some of the fiercest fighting in the struggle to stabilize Iraq, the slow-moving TRAMs needed something that would protect the operators if they came under enemy attack while fortifying the outposts, said Richtsmeier, who recommended the Marines for the award after seeing the results of their efforts.
Her report concluded that there was a "comprehensive, government-supported secret plan carried out over 13 years to establish unauthorized outposts," (ibid) which used public funds for support and which was never approved by the Israeli government.