Shaked vows to continue building in Judea-Samaria

Justice Minister, speaking at dedication ceremony in Itamar, vows to bring more people to the region.

Hezki Baruch ,

Ayelet Shaked speaks to Itamar high school students
Ayelet Shaked speaks to Itamar high school students
Spokesperson's office

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Jewish Home) promised to continue building in Judea and Samaria (Shomron) Tuesday night, during the dedication of a new floor of the yeshiva high school in Itamar. 

"Building in the yeshiva high school is part of our building throughout the length and breadth of Israel," Shaked said. "We will continue doing this, we will be leaders in construction in Judea and Samaria, and I am sure that we will continue to dedicate more and more buildings and that more people will live in Judea and Samaria." 

Also present was Rosh Yeshiva and former IDF Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Avihai Ronsky, and donor Moti Sonnenfeld. Sonnenfeld dedicated the floor in memory of his daughter Danieli. He has previously donated another building on the compound in memory of Shaked's mother.  

"Moti contributes significantly to the community," Shaked noted. "He chooses to invest his money in construction." 

Shaked then emphasized to the students the importance of appreciating one's parents. 

"Everyone finds out during shivah [the seven-day traditional mourning period - ed.] things about their loved ones that they didn't know," she said. "I'm telling you: include your parents in your experiences. They will always be there for you."