Lefty lawmakers fulminate against Amona deal

Meretz head Zahava Gal-on calls the decision of the Amona settlers to take the state deal “important,” but that doesn’t mean she’s happy.

“The deal draft is another prize for organized fraud and political bullying,” she says.

Party colleague Tamar Zandberg is more blunt, accusing the settlers of bending the government, and the state, to their will.

“This new deal is a new peak of the willingness of the government to dance to the tune of 40 families, who have no problem walking all over the law and the Israeli interest,” she says.

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