Doing Zionism the Right Way!

Four Israeli towns in Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley have received their permanent “Yishuv” symbols, the office of Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich announced Saturday night.

The communities of Mishmar Yehuda, Shacharit, Beit Hogla and Asael received their permanent “settlement” symbols, according to Smotrich.

A Yishuv symbol is the final stamp on a new community in Israel that is accepted by the Ministry of the Interior. The symbol is approved as part of the “settlement” process.

“Another step and another step in the regulation of the young settlement that we promised to promote,” Smotrich said in a statement.

Minister Smotrich has certainly had several wins over the last week, this being the latest. We applaud him for all his determination to advance building, growth – and permanence – in Judea and Samaria.

Four Israeli Towns Receive Permanent Yishuv Symbol, by Hana Levi Julian/Jewish Press, April 6, 2024

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