The Israeli military negotiated the evacuation of Oz Zion with leaders of the settlement of Kiryat Arba and Rabbi Dov Lior of Hebron, Channel 2 reported.
An attempt to clear out Oz Zion before the beginning of the Sabbath at sundown Friday turned into a melee, The Jerusalem Post reported. Settlers threw stones, inflicting minor injuries on five police officers, and slashed the tires of a police car.
Dudi Ashraf, a spokesman for police in Judea and Samaria, said one person was arrested.
Police were summoned to the outpost Friday by the military, which said a group of young people were refusing to leave and said they wanted to remain in Oz Zion through the weekend.
Shelly Yacimovich, a leader of the Labor Party, said those who attacked police officers should be punished.
"Justice must be pursued against the lawbreakers," Yacimovich said. "This was a grave undermining of the rule of law, and a challenge to the state, its laws and the IDF [Israeli Defense Forces], whose strength is necessary to our existence here."
Naftali Bennett, leader of the right-wing Bayit Yehudi or Jewish Home Party, said authorities could have avoided trouble by delaying the eviction until after the Sabbath.
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