The law would retroactively legalize the status of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, and would prevent the demolition of the town of Amona. It would also stop the destruction of nine homes in the town of Ofra.
The proposed bill was sponsored by Likud Knesset member Yoav Kish, along with two Bayit Yehudi Knesset members, Shuli Muaelem Refaeli and Bezalel Smotrich.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked praised the decision. This government will normalize the settlements in Judea and Samaria, even against efforts by the far-left to engage in 'lawfare'. The way to influence [policy] on the settlement map of Judea and Samaria is through elections, not through the improper means utilize by these groups today," she said.
6 Abram traveled through the land as far as the location of Shechem. He stopped there because he perceived prophetically that his great-grandchildren would wage war in the future against the inhabitants of this city,6 and he prayed for their success. He had come as far as the Plain of Moreh, where Shechem was located, between Mount Gerizim and Mount Eival. God informed him that it would be at this place that his descendants would confirm their acceptance of the Torah upon entering the Land.7 The Canaanites were then in the land, gradually conquering it from the descendants of Shem.
7 God appeared to Abram and said, "Even though, as you see, I am allowing the Canaanites to possess this land for the time being, I willeventually give this land to your offspring, thus returning it to the descendants of Shem, its rightful owners."8 God here promised Abraham and his descendants national ownership of the Land of Israel. So Abram built an altar there and offered up a sacrifice to God, who appeared to him and promised him offspring and the repossession of the Land of Israel. Abram harbored no doubts as to the fulfillment of God's promise.
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