Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Wednesday not to “uproot a single settlement” located in the disputed West Bank under any peace plan with the Palestinians.
While delivering remarks at an event held in the settlement of Revava, Netanyahu promised that his government would not disrupt the lives of Israeli citizens living in the “biblical heartland” of the Shomron in a message to settlers ahead of September’s general election.
“Here’s a commitment, write it down,” he said at the event marking 40 years since the founding of the Samaria Regional Council. “It is impossible to uproot any settlement in the Land of Israel, neither of Jews nor of Arabs, we do not uproot people… we are finished making the same mistakes of the past.”
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