However, suspected terror cell leader Ahmad Nassar Jarrar apparently succeeded in fleeing the scene. Rabbi Raziel Shevach with his family, in an undated photo Courtesy of the family. But the current community of some 40 families sits on an area far larger than the original purchase, and includes land that is listed as owned by Palestinians, both according to the claims of local Palestinians and according to the Israeli land registrar for the West Bank. Two police officers were wounded, one of them seriously. Rabbi Raziel Shevach with his family, in an undated photo Courtesy of the family Havat Gilad residents claim to have purchased the land prior to establishing the outpost. However, legal questions have been raised over how much of the outpost is on private Palestinian land, a circumstance that would hinder its legalization.
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