This Times of Israel article on the development of Shiloh and Sovereignty is such good news.
From a few families and a few hundred Yeshiva students 41 years ago, Shiloh has become a thriving town of 4,000 Israelis and last year attracted over 120,000 visitors to its archaeological site.
There can be no doubt now that it will always be a part of Israel. Israeli leadership talks of “annexation” of the “settlements.” There’s still a long way to go before the ultimate goal of Sovereignty over a whole Israel is reached, but they have come so far. (We notice that no credit was given to Nadia Matar and Yehudit Katsover – the Women in Green – the champions of Sovereignty, but hopefully that will come.)