The four settlements – Kadim, Ganim, Homesh and Sa-Nur – were evacuated by Israel in 2005.
Using a simple parable, Education Minister Naftali Bennett illustrated precisely why solutions for Iranian sponsored terror have been unsuccessful and what must be done to solve the problem.
Reports emerged that the Trump administration is planning to table a proposal to recognize a Palestinian state, without requiring the demolition of Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria.
“Every Jewish couple married in the last 3,000 years has sworn not to forget Jerusalem. Who could imagine splitting up Jerusalem?”
In the battle between good and evil, “Israel is a force of good in this world,” said Minister of Education Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home).
“Something enormous happened today: The Knesset ratified the Expropriation Law… this is history, and it is a reality that the Jewish People have returned to its land.”
“By the end of this month we will table a bill to apply Israeli law to Judea and Samaria and we will begin a new path.”
A compromise is emerging in the crisis over two buildings in Hebron whose legal owners entered them on Thursday only to be removed on Friday.
A new bill has been submitted to the Israeli Knesset demanding that Jews be given the freedom to pray on the Temple Mount, effectively changing the current status quo.
The Israeli Knesset’s Constitution, Law and Justice Committee is debating an anti-terror bill that seeks to reconcile Israel’s need to fight terrorism with the need to maintain democratic values as well as civil and human rights.