רגב: החוק הבא שאעלה - ריבונות על ישובי יו"ש
רבים ממשיכים לפקוד את משמרת האמהות מול בית ראש הממשלה. חברות הכנסת שקד ורגב היו האורחות המרכזיות ביומה השלישי של המשמרת.
Many people continue to arrive at the Mothers' Vigil in front of the prime minister's house. Members of Knesset Shaked and Regev were the featured guests on the third day of the vigil.
The Mothers' Vigil, being held at the home of the prime minister to convey the message "The Mothers say "YES" to Israeli Sovereignty over Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley", gained momentum today, the third day of the vigil.
The number of mothers taking part in the vigil increases day by day, and public figures who wished to express solidarity and support for the participants also participating. MK Ayelet Shaked arrived quite early in the morning, fresh, focused, optimistic and offering encouragement to the members of the vigil and its organizers.
"I came to express solidarity and support for the courageous women who are standing here in the cold to make the statement that sovereignty over the Land of Israel can belong only to the People of Israel and to no one else. I marvel at the determination of these women who stand here, calling on everyone who cares about this issue to come, to visit and to be present in the tent and to tell the prime minister, 'Be strong. The People of Israel is behind you'", said MK Shaked.
After MK Shaked, came MK Miri Regev, who has already proposed a bill on the subject of sovereignty and an additional one is in the works. MK Regev requested help in promoting the bill by exerting pressure on the ministers who are members of the Legislative Committee. MK Regev also took questions from the audience on the topic of Levy Report*, and the Likud's stand on the matter of sovereignty.
Regev mentioned the law of sovereignty over the Jordan Valley which she proposed in the Knesset and is now stalled in the ministers' committee. She says that as much pressure as possible must be exerted in order to get the committee to pass it. Another bill that she proposed but that did not pass is the law to forbid negotiations over Jerusalem and the return of (Palestinian) refugees. Nevertheless, she spoke of her intention to propose the bill for Israeli sovereignty over the communities in Judea and Samaria. We will do everything possible in order to protect the Land of Israel, the People of Israel and the Torah of Israel".
Regarding the Likud's position in the matter of sovereignty, MK Regev told the public to ask the rest of the Likud members, focusing on those Likud ministers who are members of the Ministerial Legislative Committee.
As noted, the vigil tent, which was set up and is managed by Women in Green, Matot Arim and Professors for a Strong Israel, is attended by many men and women. "The heads of Women in Green sum up the day of public protest by saying that the response to the event warms the heart, showing that the People of Israel is strong, loves its land and expects that the prime minister will stick to the principles that he has advocated until very recently",
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