Minister of Tourism: The best answer to terror is speeding up outpost legalization

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 16, 2018 13:44
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Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin applauded the passing of a bill that would speed up outpost legalization.

"I acted with all my might to pass the law today at the Ministerial Committee and I welcome the first step on the road to the fix the settlement issue,"  Levin  said. "Strong settlements are the best answer to Palestinian terror and murder."Those living in settlements, "are entitled to all municipal services just like any other citizen in Israel - including connection to water and electricity infrastructure, budgets and everything necessary to maintain a normal routine. "



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