'Headlines, spins and imaginary programs'

Yesha leaders and families protest outside PM's residence. 'Not only is there no construction boom, but security is in a state of abandon.'

Eliran Aharon ,

'Enough promises'
'Enough promises'
Arutz Sheva

Head of the Samaria Regional Council Yossi Dagan and additional Judea and Samaria Council heads held a press conference this afternoon in front of the Prime Minister’s residence along with terror victims and families that lost members to terror, demanding that funding for security infrastructure in Judea and Samaria be accelerated.

Dagan called on the Prime Minister to immediately approve funding for the security needs of Jews in Judea and Samaria. “I, personally, don’t sleep at night because I remember the attack on the Fogel family in Itamar and the terrible images from the shooting attacks.”

“I remember the murder of the Henkin couple - if there had been security infrastructure on the road or on other roads, the attacks wouldn’t have happened. If there was a bypass road, there wouldn’t be lynch attempts on the Huwara road in Samaria.”

Dagan, who seems to be on a collision course with the Prime Minister and loses no opportunity to criticize him for the lack of construction in Judea and Samaria, elaborated further that “Every time, politicians come to us and make promises, promise security infrastructure, roads, lighting. Anywhere else in the State of Israel it's trivial, but for the most nationalist government in Israel it's not trivial."

“The Prime Minister made promises, they turn us to the Ministry of Finance, we hear headlines and spin and imaginary programs. Not only is there no construction boom, not only are there no new Judea and Samaria communities, but security is also in a state of abandon. "