A Jewish settler covered in a prayer shawl walks back to his house after morning prayer in Amona, an unauthorized Israeli outpost in the West Bank, east of the Palestinian town of Ramallah, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
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Residents of a wildcat settlement in the occupied West Bank agreed to a plan Sunday to relocate their hilltop outpost peacefully that could allow Israel's government to avoid a potentially violent standoff.In 2006, the demolition of nine permanent houses in the outpost led to clashes between settlers and Israeli security forces.Settlements such as Amona are called outposts – those that Israel has not approved.Sunday, they were offered a new deal after an all-night meeting with Netanyahu.Netanyahu will now need to go back to the court and ask for a stay of execution, probably 30 days, for the new plan to be implemented.
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