1. Pan of Israeli Parliament (Knesset) in session, from audience gallery to parliamentarians
2. Wide of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on floor of Parliament
3. Various of Parliament during session to debate demolition of illegal West Bank outpost at Ulpana
4. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Michael Ben Ari, lawmaker from Israel's National Unity Party:
"This is a shameful attempt. I would describe it as a hate crime against a certain part of the population and unfortunately still our prime minister will execute it."
5. Avishay Braverman, Labour Party member, speaking to media
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Avishay Braverman, member of Israel's Labour Party:
"If you don't remove five buildings, then where is the hope for the two-state solution? So, first, it's illegal. Second, if you don't follow the law, all the world will look at you as a country that doesn't follow the law in the West Bank."
7. Various of settlers protesting outside Parliament as debate on outpost takes place inside
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Hagi Ben Artzi, protester opposed to demolition of the Ulpana outpost:
"I'm disappointed because there is no logic and it's absolutely immoral to destroy these Jewish homes."
9. Various of settlers protesting against plan to remove their illegal settlement on Palestinian land
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Unnamed Jewish settler opposed to demolition of the Ulpana outpost:
"You're going to drive this little boy out of his home? Shame on you! Shame on you Mr Obama. Shame on you Mr Netanyahu. And shame on you Mr Barak."
Israel's parliament on Wednesday paved the way for the demolition of an illegal West Bank outpost by rejecting an attempt by hardline lawmakers to prevent the move.
The development sets the stage for a showdown between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jewish settlers and their supporters in his government.
Israel's Supreme Court has said the Ulpana outpost is illegal because it was built on private Palestinian land and ordered the outpost's five buildings taken down by July 1, a ruling Netanyahu said he will respect.
Hardliners in parliament on Wednesday submitted a bid to leave the buildings, which house about 30 families, intact and instead give compensation to the Palestinian landowners.
But the measure was resoundingly defeated by a 69-22 vote in the 120-member parliament.
Netanyahu had opposed the measure, saying it would likely be rejected by the Supreme Court and generate harsh international criticism.
In order to blunt settler anger, Netanyahu has come up with a novel solution.
Instead of demolishing the buildings, he plans on removing them from their foundations and moving them to the nearby settlement of Beit El.
Settlers protested outside parliament at the plan to remove their illegal settlement.