Musi Raz on the escalation: “Dialogue with Yahya Sinwar? In my opinion, yes”

Member of Knesset Musi Raz (March) spoke this morning (Sunday) with Golan Yokfaz and Anat Davidov on 103FM and referred to the announcement of the Supreme Planning Council that it will convene this week with the aim of approving the construction of thousands of housing units in Judea and Samaria. “The government knows that construction in the settlements is immoral, it is against the interests of the State of Israel, it harms every Israeli and Israeli,” he attacked.

“If you say that if I vote on Wednesday for the dissolution of the Knesset, then they will stop building in the settlements, I am ready to vote for the dissolution of the Knesset. Did I do that? “, He added.

Asked if there is a red line for Meretz, he replied: “Obviously, they are also known in the coalition – building in E1 is a red line, building in Atarot is a red line, evacuation of Khan al-Ahmar is a red line, evacuation of 918 is a red line.”

The Knesset member also referred to the possibility of launching an operation in Gaza following the wave of terrorism, and in light of the incitement of Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Yahya Sinwar: “The operations so far have not exactly proven themselves, “Gaza to this situation? Is this what will reduce the violence? The answer is no.”

“I think in the current situation, there is no minimal justification for going to war in Gaza that will bring casualties on both sides,” he explained. According to him, a dialogue with Sinwar is acceptable, “I’m not sure an agreement can be reached with him. We need to talk to the Palestinian Authority, we need to talk to Arab states.”

Musi Raz (Photo: Yonatan Zindel, Flash 90)

“It is also something that has happened all along. Netanyahu has done it all the time and I do not rule out that it will happen. I am just saying, with him it is not possible to reach peace, but it may be possible to reach such and such arrangements,” he clarified.

Raz also referred to the possibility of cooperation between his party and the Labor Party, following what the minister said last weekend Nitzan Horowitz. “I personally, maybe I’m wrong, but I’m optimistic. I do not think there will be an election in the coming months so I’m not sure these questions need to be addressed,” he said.

However, he stressed that in his opinion there should be a much larger left-wing bloc, which includes Labor, Meretz and Arab elements. On the possibility that the bloc will be headed by the Labor chairman Merav Michaeli He said: “It could also be under her leadership, but it is possible to do primaries, it is a more true thing.”

Assisted in the preparation of the article: Amitai Duak, 103FM

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