Border Guard forces on Monday evening arrived at Ramat Migron outpost in the West Bank and declared it a closed military zone.
Dozens of people, who were attending a wedding ceremony of two of the outpost residents, were ordered to leave the place and dismantle a canopy that was erected for the occasion.
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An argument erupted between the security forces and some of the settlers, but no one was detained. Border Guard officers reported that a few of the residents staged provocations, but were eventually dispersed.
Security forces have repeatedly evacuated the Ramat Migron outpost, which has been rebuilt time and time again. Last week, the forces were called to the outpost on two separate occasions in order to evict illegal structures.
On Friday, three teens were detained in the outpost, after they tried to illegally stay there during the weekend. Two days earlier, a makeshift structure was razed and two residents were detained for questioning.
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