Michal Salomon, who lost her husband, Elad, in the Neve Tzuf massacre this July; Ruti Hasno, whose husband Avraham was murdered in a terrorist attack; and Hadas Mizrahi, whose husband Baruch was murdered in a shooting attack three-and-a-half years ago, conveyed a clear message to the Prime Minister's wife, Sara Netanyahu.
The three widows asked the Prime Minister's wife to work for disbursal of the necessary funds for community security programs and to build needed bypass roads in Judea and Samaria, which will allow Jewish residents to avoid the most dangerous roads in the area.
"We are turning to you, mother-to-mother," the women wrote to Sara Netanyahu. "We have lost what is most dear to us because of the incompetence of this government, and you will certainly be shocked to hear that it was possible to prevent the severe terrorist attacks we experienced.Please convey our call to action to the Prime Minister.It is inconceivable that residents of Judea and Samaria should be second-class residents.Please come and meet with us here in front of your home.
"The protest tent was set up because time and time again, bypass roads were promised to Judea and Samaria and security measures for roads and communities, but the promise did not materialize," said the widows in their appeal to Sara.
Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan who leads the protests encouraged the women saying "these courageous women sit here in this tent opposite the Prime Minister's residence day after day, hour after hour, despite the difficulty, because they do not want to see other families hurt by this ongoing failure."