Netanyahu: No more uprooting of communities
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed that no settlements will be uprooted in any future peace agreement so long as he is prime minister. He spoke during a visit on Monday to the Netiv Ha’avot outpost, whose residents’ homes were demolished last June because they were built on private Palestinian land. The government built the 15 evicted families a temporary village on an adjacent hilltop, which the prime minister visited as part of his tour of the Gush Etzion Regional council southeast of Jerusalem. Netanyahu said: “As far as I am concerned, there will be no more uprooting of communities or a halt in (building in) communities, but rather the exact opposite. The Land of Israel is ours and it will remain ours.”
2 thoughts on “Netanyahu: No more uprooting of communities”
A convenient lie to boost his slim reelection chance.
I hope it is not a lie, . . . would love to see Israel kick every stinking palestinian into the Med, . . . or Jordan, . . . Egypt, . . . Lebanon, . . . and make Israel what God intended it to be, . . . a nation of Israeli’s for Israel.