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Head of a Council in the North: "The IDF is looking for security, and the government is talking about a political settlement" - Voila! News

2024-02-11T07:33:57.027Z

Highlights: Head of a Council in the North: "The IDF is looking for security, and the government is talking about a political settlement" - Voila! News. Moshe Davidovitz attacked the government in an interview on 103fm. "The government's answer? What? There is no government, there is no governor in Israel." On the residents: "They live in uncertainty, and there's no plan of action until one event or another happens. Give people solutions, businesses are closed for 130 days"


Moshe Davidovitz attacked the government in an interview on 103fm: "The government's answer? What? There is no government. There is no government, there is no governor in Israel." On the residents: "They live in uncertainty, and there is no plan of action until one event or another happens. Give people solutions, businesses are closed for 130 days"


The head of the Meta Asher Regional Council, Moshe Davidovitz, was interviewed this morning (Sunday) on the program of Udi Segal and Anat Davidov on 103fm and harshly attacked the government and its leader following the uncertainty in which the residents of the area are, who have been evacuated from their homes for four months.



"If there is one trite sentence that I repeat to the Prime Minister and the Defense Cabinet - Mr. Prime Minister, what about the realm of uncertainty in which we live? And his answer is like the mute, the blind, and the deaf. Looking with a blank gaze and there is no response and no answer," he attacked the Prime Minister .

"He looks at me, nods his head, 'I understand', and says 'next' to himself. More than once and twice I asked. And the important thing is, are we being prepared? Why are we being prepared? That our people will remain outside their homes until the end of the school year?".



The head of the council continued: "There is a kibbutz that turns to the Carmel Forest Hotel and now it is being turned away from there because the CEO announced that he is opening it to the general public.

Right now, I'm struggling with the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Finance.

I am not worried about the hotel because it is already selling the rooms for Passover, for me this means that the children will continue to study there, and I will do everything necessary.

In two weeks they are supposed to evacuate without having a destination."

Head of the Asher Staff Council and Chairman of the Line of Conflict Forum Moshe Davidovich/Yoav Itiel

Davidovitz continued to attack the government for not having an answer that would solve the problem of the displaced in the north: "The government's answer? Which one? There is no government. There is no government, there is no governor in Israel. The government does not understand that on the one hand it is telling the people 'you will continue to be displaced' and on the other hand it is not An extension to the hotels. The Minister of Education informed us in the Defense Cabinet 22 days ago 'the education system of your evacuated children will continue to be outside the walls of their organic schools until the end of the year.' So why is another system that should be scheduled with the education system, the hotel system of the evacuees, Don't give a damn?"



"The government does not give perspective"



"We met the commander in chief, and received a comprehensive overview of the IDF's activities, and on that day there were other events of this nature attributed to the IDF in Lebanon," he noted and added: "I understand one thing, that the IDF is currently looking for Any way to create for our residents the peace and security so that they can return to their homes, and the Israeli government is talking about a political settlement that will not bring the solution.

He will not bring the solution for one reason, as long as Radwan's terrorists know how to shoot into the window of a house, it is impossible to bring the residents back.

And in this dissonance that we live in, the government does not give any perspective."

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Davidovitz went on to emphasize: "When we talk to the Americans and tell them, 'Give us an opportunity to operate in the Gaza Strip,' they ask for one thing, to know what will happen the day after. We understand that the Chief of Staff and the top of the IDF are preparing here with entire divisions to operate on the day of the order, but We understand another thing - everyone is looking for a rope to get down from the tall tree they climbed."

According to him "the residents live in uncertainty, and the government does not have an action plan even for the time until this or that event happens, give people solutions, businesses are closed for 130 days, what happens to these people?".



"Isn't there money for everyone?", the pair of presenters wondered, and Davidovitz replied: "Certainly not. The same green route program that we fought in the Knesset to approve is a drop in the ocean for businesses. The farmers are not getting answers. In order for the property tax to handle all the issues of the disparities, they have to come to the field, Do you understand that the Israeli police do not go to our settlements that are on the border line? If now there is a melee incident in a village that has been evacuated but some of its residents have returned home, they do not come. As far as the police are concerned, this is a dead zone. Neither is Bezeq, an electricity company."

  • More on the same topic:

  • War of Iron Swords

  • Gaza war

  • Lebanon

  • Hezbollah

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Source: walla

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