Member of Knesset Tzip Hotovely applied to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Likud faction chairman Ze'ev Elkin to hold an emergency meeting of the faction, following the Supreme Court's ruling on Sunday against the government's agreement with residents of Migron to let them stay on the strategic Binyamin-region hilltop until a new community is ready for them.
Hotovely said, "We were elected to build. We mustn't destroy. The Likud government cannot lend a hand to the uprooting of a community from the land of Israel. The faction must convene to find the fastest, most comprehensive solution on this matter."