Housing minister says construction will continue in the settlements

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 16, 2018 11:32
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“Your settlement is the true Zionism of our time,” said MK Yoav Gallant, Minister of Construction and Housing, this morning. Speaking at a rally of hundreds of settler leaders and supporters Sunday, Gallant said, “We will buy security in Judea and Samaria at whatever cost.”

He continued, “We will reach every terrorist - he will end his life or in prison or in the cemetery, there is no other option.”Gallant said that as Minister of Construction and Housing he is “proud of the construction we have done in all the regional councils and in all the settlements.” He said construction will continue in the settlements.

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