Country-wide rallies are scheduled for 5 p.m. Sunday to call for new homes for Jews in Judea and Samaria as a response to the brutal murders of a mother, father and three of their six children Friday night.
The “My Israel” movement has called on people to arrive at - but not block - major intersections to express their solidarity with the survivors of the Fogel family, the community of Itamar and all of the People of Israel.
“We do not want to hear words and condolences from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu,” the movement stated. "We want action and demand that the Netanyahu government implement Zionist actions and stop being afraid of 'what the world will think.’
“Stop regarding the Palestinian Authority as a partner. Instead, build homes and plant more trees in our nation of Israel.
“Every parent should look at their children as they lie in their beds and understand what kind of enemy we face. The residents of Israel’s urban centers must understand whom they will face if the Jews in Judea and Samaria were not there to defend them with their bodies."