The yeshva that was sitting on disputed land in the northern West Bank was relocated to a permanent structure several hundred feet away

In the pre-dawn hours of Monday, and with government approval, students of a yeshiva in the illegal outpost of Homesh rebuilt the structure several hundred feet away on uncontested land. 

"This is a historic moment, a step toward rectifying the terrible injustice of the expulsion from Samaria. We have been working day and night to rectify the injustice against not only those displaced, but the entire people of Israel," said Samaria Regional Council Head Yossi Dagan, who affixed the traditional mezuzah on the doorpost of the seminary.

Dagan said the new location would be permanent, though the structure is still located in modular buildings, and clarified that it now sits on state-owned land.... Read More: i24