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(IsraelNN.com) Ahmed Fatali, the head of the Rajar local council expressed opposition on Thursday night to the plan initiated during Ehud Olmert's tenure as prime minister for Israeli forces to leave the northern part of the village and turn it over to Lebanon.
Interviewed by Arutz 7 in Hebrew, Fatali said that the village has been in Israeli territory since 1967 and there's no justification for changing the status. He continued, "We were a Syrian village that was conquered by Israel. There are 2,200 in the village, we are part of the State of Israel and we don't agree to be refugees anywhere else, nor will we allow anyone to cut the village in half."
Fatali said that as Alawi Muslims, residents of the village have never seen themselves as Lebanese and don't want to become part of Israel's northern neighbor. He added that the village sends its students to Syria and has good relations and working relationships with the Jews of Israel.