Following the demolition of structures in Beit El Tuesday, National Union Chairman MK Yaakov Katz (Ketzaleh) annouced in a Knesset speech that he has initiated the preparation of a mobile museum documenting the demolition of Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria under Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
The museum, which will be mounted atop a truck, will display photographs and other types of documentation of the government's actions against Jewish building in the Biblical heartland.
A parliamentary aide to MK Katz reported that the new museum already has a sponsor and that the NU has begin collecting documentary materials from “the numerous acts of destruction carried out throughout Judea and Samaria since Netanyahu entered the Prime Minister's Office.”
A source in Katz's bureau said the NU leader intends to use the museum to shock the Israeli public, “which is unaware of what is going on in Judea and Samaria and does not feel it.”
The grassroots Binyamin Residents' Council announced that it will hold a ceremony Wednesday afternoon to mark the re-building of the ramshackle clubhouse destroyed by police protected by special forces on Tuesday in Beit El.
"We declare that violence and criminality will not deter us. We will not allow bad leadership to freeze our lives and destroy the thriving towns of Judea and Samaria," the group said.
Demolition in Beit El, 9.6.10 / Israel news photo