YESHA council presents alternate sovereignty map for Deal of the Century

New map provides for settlements, prevents creation of Palestinian state. 'Sovereignty must be done right.'

Hezki Baruch ,

The YESHA Council's map
The YESHA Council's map

The YESHA Council on Wednesday morning published a "sovereignty map" showing what settlements in Judea and Samaria need, and preventing the creation of a sovereign Palestinian state.

The map creates a continuum of sovereignty for the settlements, preventing towns from becoming isolated. it also ensures that all the roads remain under Israeli sovereignty, and allows for future development.

The Council emphasized that it supports the application of sovereignty, but emphasized the need to ensure that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will apply sovereignty correctly, as illustrated in the map.

"The current map is very dangerous for the State of Israel and for the settlements, and leads to the creation of a Palestinian state," the Council warned. "In addition, it creates enclaves and breaks up the territorial continuum of the settlements."

YESHA Council head David Elhayani said: "We are not going to take our foot off the gas, and in the past few weeks the YESHA Council's campaign against a Palestinian state and in favor of a change to the Deal of the Century's sovereignty map has continued at full speed. The map we have right now, that we are giving out in settlements in Judea, Samaria, and the Jordan Valley, is the most up-to-date map. Such a map is in essence the road map to a dangerous terror state in the heart of the State of Israel."

"We demand that the Prime Minister listen to the needs of the settlements and bring a better and more correct map of sovereignty, and not a map of a Palestinian state. [It should have a continuum of Israeli settlements which will prevent the creation of a Palestinian state. Sovereignty must be done right."