Annexing Judea and Samaria

MK Hotovely, Caroline Glick, Yoram Ettinger and others to attend first Judea-Samaria Annexation Conference.

David ben Yacov , | updated: 2:07 PM

Nadia Matar
Nadia Matar
Women in Green

The first conference exploring all the practical aspects of asserting Israeli sovereignty, including Jewish, Zionist, political, diplomatic, economic and legal ramifications, as well as Arab-Israeli, American-Israeli relations, will take place on Thursday, July 21st at the Cave of the Patriarchs visitor’s center in Hebron.

The conference is organized by Women for Israel’s Tomorrow (Women in Green), with the cooperation of Arutz 7, Professors for a Strong Israel, and the Machpela (Cave of the Patriarchs, ed.) Visitor’s Center.

Participating in the conference are MK Tzipi Hotovely, Caroline Glick, Yoram Ettinger, Professor Rafi Yisraeli, Eran Bar-Tal, Att. Elyakim Haetzni and Dr Gabi Avital.

MK Tzipi Hotovely recently toured Arab Jerusalem with the Likud Anglos, and discussed the plan she intends to bring to the Knesset on the expansion of Jerusalem’s municipal borders. She has also gone on record saying that a Palestinian state will spark more violence.

 Caroline Glick has the unique ability to weave together world events to present an accurate and enlightening holistic understanding of Israel and the entire world with a very refreshing backdrop of Jewish pride, dignity and strength. She is the deputy managing editor of The Jerusalem Post, is interviewed often for the Hebrew Arutz Sheva site, is the chief diplomatic correspondent for the Hebrew-language Makor Rishon newspaper, a senior fellow for Middle East affairs at a Washington D.C.-based center for security policy, and the creator of the website parody on Israeli politics, Latma.

Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger is a consultant on US affairs, as well as former Minister for Congressional Affairs and former Consul General in Houston, Texas.

Nadia Matar, who will chair the conference along with Yehudit Katsover of Hevron, founded Women in Green to fight for the belief that the Land of Israel, including the West Bank and Gaza, was promised to and belongs to the Jewish People. She fights for the right of all Jews to live and flourish throughout Judea and Samaria, which she calls the "heart of the Jewish Homeland and the cradle of Jewish history".

Nadia Matar provided Arutz Sheva with this description of Women in Green's activities:
Since its inception in 1993, Women in Green's slogan has been "The Land of Israel for the People of Israel".
After the expulsion from Gush Katif, the focus of activities changed from demonstrations to creating facts on the ground.
Women in Green succeeded in bringing about the return of the IDF to the abandoned army base of Shdema between Jerusalem and Gush Etzion, preventing the strategically-located base from falling into the hands of the PA.
For the past several years, Women in Green has been safeguarding state lands in Netzer, Judea, from Arab encroachment by planting hundreds of trees on land that would otherwise have been illegally taken over by Arabs, who do this as part of a well-funded and well organized campaign to choke Jewish settlement and grab as much State land as possible.
Judea and Samaria is the physical as well as political nexus of the ongoing battle for Israel's survival and Women in Green is situated right there, in the heart of the struggle. The upcoming conference in Hevron on July 21st will discuss the alternative so many in the national camp year for: Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria.


INN will provide coverage of the conference.