Netanyahu’s New Government to Settle All Biblical Lands of Israel

“The Jewish people has an exclusive and inalienable right to all parts of the Land of Israel.”

By Israel Today Staff | | Topics: Inheriting the land
Benjamin Netanyahu at the Knesset just days before being sworn in as prime minister yet again. Photo: Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90

On settling the Land

The policy of Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government includes settling in all the lands of Judea and Samaria.

On Wednesday Netanyahu’s incoming government published a document listing its policy guidelines. Among them is a pledge to foster settlement in all the biblical lands of Israel this side of the Jordan River.

“The Jewish people has an exclusive and inalienable right to all parts of the Land of Israel,” the document reads. “This government will promote and develop the settlement of all parts of the Land of Israel—in the Galilee, the Negev, the Golan Heights and Judea and Samaria.”

The commitment of Netanyahu’s new government to settle all the biblical lands of Judea and Samaria will certainly inspire Christian Zionists and those how believe these lands are God’s promised inheritance to the Children of Abraham.

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Others are concerned that pushing the settlements will stir the anger of the Palestinians and the international supporters.

They are Unsettled by the Settlements.  In the meantime The UN – Siccing the World on Israel.

 

On Jerusalem and a Jewish State

Netanyahu’s policy statement for the incoming government also reinforces its commitment to a united Jerusalem. By law, all of Jerusalem, both the Jewish sector and Arab eastern sectors are part of Israel’s united capital.

Do the Jews Have Sovereignty in Jerusalem?

The new guidelines promise to “preserve the Jewish character of the state and the heritage of Israel.” Both settling the biblical lands and preserving the Jewish character of Israel are some of the main demands of the Religious Zionist parties and the Orthodox Jewish parties that Netanyahu needed to form a majority coalition and set up a government.

Israel is a Jewish Democracy which means the state will continue to preserve the Jewish character of the country while “respecting the practices and traditions of members of all religions in the country in accordance with the values of the Declaration of Independence,” the policy guidelines read.

Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu’s government is scheduled to be sworn in today, Thursday December 29th.

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2 responses to “Netanyahu’s New Government to Settle All Biblical Lands of Israel”

  1. Vernon Ryan says:

    It is beyond the imagination seeing Israels destiny opening up before our eyes.
    Prophecy from both testaments converging is an amazing life experience.

  2. Mark Watkins says:

    Shalom,

    Another interesting piece, the left goes nuts over any right leaning, conservative government, tough, elections have consequences and this government is in place for such a time as this, convergence at exacytly the right time in these yamiym acharoniym…. Our prayers are with Yisrael and this new government 🙂

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