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Daniella Weiss, leader of the Nachala movement, spoke to Arutz Sheva on Tuesday about her organization’s opposition to the US administration’s so-called “Deal of the Century”.

“We are very concerned about the ‘Deal of the Century’ but to be concerned is not enough. We are acting in a very intensive way to completely put aside the whole plan, because this deal, as Ambassador David Friedman explained, has a tight connection between the idea of sovereignty for 30% of Judea and Samaria, including the Jordan Valley, and 70% for a Palestinian state,” she said.

“The heads of the Yesha Council sit with ministers, with different representatives of the Israeli government and see how they can improve the map here and there. To me, it reminds me of the horrible picture of a sack of potatoes being thrown to the yard of a ghetto and people who are terribly hungry all pulling and they take the potatoes in order to survive.”

“They should say no to the entire plan. It is just an illusion that there can be a separation of these two parts. I’m warning against the terrible thing of pushing to a Palestinian state, God forbid,” said Weiss.

Asked what her suggestion is in the wake of the opposition from the world to the Zionist enterprise, she replied, “To continue, against all the criticism and difficulties, to build more communities, more industry, more agriculture. We’re going to hold a rally tomorrow in Jerusalem to say no to the ‘Deal of the Century’. It is against the Zionist effort. We should continue the Zionist effort and put aside the ‘Deal of the Century.’”