Settlers construct ‘permanent’ Homesh Yeshiva building in West Bank

Homesh Yeshiva Students Build a Permanent Building for the Yeshiva Western coast Sunday night, the Samaria Regional Council made the announcement Monday morning.

The yeshiva was built in the part of Samaria that falls under the areas where the dissolution repeal bill passed in the Knesset in May. The bill repealed the ban on Israeli entry to certain areas in northern Samaria, making the homesh yeshiva no longer illegal by Israeli law.

According to Israeli media, Defense Minister Yoav Galant has approved the mission to build a permanent building.

On Monday morning, council leader Yossi Dagan set up the mezuzah in a small ceremony, saying it was a “historic moment”.

The move received mixed reactions from the government

The move was praised by people like right-wing M.K. National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir But it was condemned by opposition members such as Labor leader MK Merav Michaeli.