The Samaria Regional Council launched a campaign this week titled: “There is No Half Sovereignty.” They are demanding that the Israeli government not recognize a Palestinian Arab state, leave isolated communities embedded within a terrorist state, or freeze construction as part of the application of Sovereignty over any parts of Judea and Samaria.

The campaign also expressed concern over the four communities in northern Samaria that were destroyed as part of the 2005 Disengagement.

Yossi Dagan, head of the Samaria Regional Council, addressed a letter to the Prime Minister. In it he wrote, among other things: “You must also announce the application of Sovereignty in the four northern Samaria communities, where Israeli control over them is critical to the survival of the State of Israel.”

Archived photo here shows Ministers of Knesset and ministers on a visit to Homesh one last time.

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‘Apply sovereignty to communities destroyed in Disengagement’, by Arutz Sheva Staff. Arutz Sheva – May 31, 2020

‘We will not agree to sovereignty if there is a freeze’, by Arutz Sheva Staff. Arutz Sheva – June 1, 2020

‘Yes to sovereignty, no to Trump plan’, by by Arutz Sheva Staff. Arutz Sheva – June 1, 2020

Settler leader: Trump’s plan completes 2005 Samaria evacuations, by Tovah Lazaroff. Jerusalem Post – May 31, 2020

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