MK Hotovely: “Outposts built on state land should be legal"

MK Tzipi Hotovely, arguably the Likud party's top ideological voice, voices her opinions about peace negotiations, the recent “wife murders,” and the mistakes Israel cannot afford to make.

By DEBORAH DANAN
March 6, 2011 19:35


What made you leave the media and join the political arena? Where do you draw the line with settlement building? Should the outposts also be legal in your opinion? What should Israel do about Judea and Samaria in any future negotiations with the Palestinians?

20 Questions interviews Tzipi Hotovely, a Knesset Member of the Likud party and chairperson of the Committee on the Status of Women.


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