"We Will Not Allow Concessions"

Itamar Ben-Gvir threatens: "We will not allow concessions"

Contrary to the other coalition members who praised the Prime Minister for his speech, in the vicinity of Minister Ben-Gvir, it is clarified: "Otzma Yehudit will not allow peace in exchange for territories"

Ben-Gvir (Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90)

In the vicinity of Minister Ben-Gvir, reactions to the Prime Minister's speech at the UN and his interviews with various networks in the United States are as follows: "Otzma Yehudit will not allow peace in exchange for territories." In contrast, other coalition members praised the Prime Minister for his speech.

Those around Minister Ben-Gvir said, "The speech is very nice, and there are important statements in it, but the real question is its implication on the ground and how it will be expressed. If it remains within the framework of the speech, we totally support it! We are supporters and encouragers. He is leading an international agenda to promote the State of Israel, which is excellent. But if, in practice, they start making concessions and undermining sovereignty, it's a sign that Gantz is entering the picture. Otzma Yehudit will not allow peace in exchange for territories or peace in exchange for compromising Israel's sovereignty."

In contrast to Ben-Gvir, the coalition responds: "We continue to turn Israel into a power"

As reported, in contrast to Ben Gvir, other coalition members of the Knesset praised the Prime Minister, with Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich reinforcing and saying, "Thank you, Mr. Prime Minister, for the impressive representation of the State of Israel at the UN assembly. Together, with God's help, we will bring peace in exchange for peace, continue to safeguard Israel's security, settle in all of its territories, and develop it, along with the entire Middle East and the world."

Smotrich (Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash 90)

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Yariv Levin also praised the leader of his party, saying, "I congratulate Prime Minister Netanyahu on his excellent speech at the UN assembly. Leading peace for peace. Implementing a vision of peace between Israel and the Arab world. Under his leadership and together with leading technology companies globally, Israel is at the forefront of the world stage in the field of artificial intelligence, which is the technology of the near future. This week, too, we continue to strengthen Israel as a power."

"Represented us at the UN in an honorable manner"

Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi also made similar remarks and conveyed: "From the global communication standpoint, Israel is at its center. A vivid red line of hope, progress, and peace. Prime Minister Netanyahu's powerful speech. Together with him, we will advance a strong peace based on truth. A new Middle East of peace for peace."

The Minister for National Missions, Orit Strook, added and emphasized: "Peace for peace - I commend the Prime Minister for a flawless speech. In the moments when these lines are being written, it seems that the Prime Minister is representing us at the UN in a highly dignified manner and clearly conveying that Israel will not return to the Oslo Accords path and will not relinquish its full claim to its land." - That's what I wrote this morning, and thank God I was not mistaken."


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