The letter called for a freeze on Palestinian construction, describing it as “the lands being devoured by the enemy under the guise of agricultural work and illegal home building.”
In a message on Sunday, the heads of settlement councils in the West Bank asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet with him, as well as to begin implementing the agreements upon which the coalition was founded.
At the beginning of the letter, “We rejoiced with the vast majority of the people of Israel at the results of the past elections. We congratulated you on the formation of the long-awaited government.” And the letter continued, “One of your most important achievements was the process of displacing half a million settlers to the lands of Judea and Samaria,” using the biblical name for the West Bank.-
The letter noted that the West Bank has more than half a million Jewish settlers and is “an area of very high growth compared to other areas in the country.” She indicated the urgent need for the Supreme Planning Council to convene to end the previous government’s freeze on construction.--
In addition, the letter called for a freeze on Palestinian construction, describing it as “lands being devoured by the enemy under the guise of illegal farming and home building.” The letter also requested that work be done to organize the unauthorized outposts so that they become authorized and regulated, including “immediate connection to basic infrastructure and so on.”
This comes after the evacuation of the unauthorized outpost of Or Haim on Friday, by decision of the Israeli Minister of Security, Yoav Gallant. It is noteworthy that five families established a settlement outpost on top of a strategic hill in the northern West Bank on Thursday night to commemorate the one-month anniversary of the death of the religious Zionist leader, Rabbi Haim Druckmann.