Elections Campaign: Saying 'Yes' To Sovereignty

Women In Green continues call for Judea-Samaria annexation in elections, presenting candidates' statements on the issue.

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Ari Yashar,

Choosing Sovereignty
Choosing Sovereignty
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Women In Green (WIG) continues its campaign calling for voters to select parties and candidates who support Israeli sovereignty in one form or another in Judea and Samaria in the upcoming March 17 elections.

In the latest stage of the campaign, various quotes from politicians indicating support for annexation in Judea and Samaria are presented with English subtitles.

The campaign has already seen posters and fliers put up around the country, reading "voting for candidates who support Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria."

WIG directors Yehudit Katzover and Nadia Matar also have sent letters to right-wing MKs, urging them to make the campaign for Israeli sovereignty in Judea-Samaria a cornerstone of their national policy platform. 

"Israeli citizens have seen and experienced with tragic pain how the Oslo Accords, the expulsion from Gush Katif, the absence of an unequivocal decisive (blow) in (Operation) Protective Edge and the building freeze in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem brought the country to more international isolation, demands on it to make even larger concessions, and international legitimization for Arab terror in Israel and in the world," they wrote.

"The ongoing hesitation of Israeli governments regarding the future of Judea and Samaria causes world nations to support a Palestinian state," added the two. "The next government will need to block the hope and dream of the Arabs to establish a Palestinian state on the ruins of Israel, and that can be done through an historical process which is more justified than all others: implementing Israeli sovereignty on the land of Israel."








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