Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked has ordered the establishment of a single international school, in which all foreign children in Tel Aviv will be concentrated. During a tour of south Tel Aviv, Shaked told Channel 20 that: “It is possible together with the agreement of the Tel Aviv Municipality that the children will attend most schools in the city or concentrate them all in one school. There are many things that can be done. “
Minister Shaked said: “I am one of the first politicians to start dealing with the issue of infiltrators, back in 2011 when I founded the ‘My Israel’ movement, so there was a flood that entered here (infiltrators), today they do not enter.
But they start families and give birth. “Today, there are about 40,000 infiltrators, including their children, and we in the Population and Immigration Authority have also begun more significant enforcement and are also looking for solutions for the infiltrators’ voluntary departure.”
Is the current government with all its partners, Horowitz (Meretz), after all, supporting health insurance for infiltrators and even equal rights, and making them citizens of the State of Israel.
How can such issues really be promoted?
“So first of all, it’s me who’s in charge of immigration policy, and we’re doing complex processes today while some have not yet been released. When the schools become 50 percent infiltrators’ children, 50 percent become residents of the area, it is possible together with the agreement of the Tel Aviv Municipality that the children will attend most schools in the city or concentrate them all in one school. There are many things that can be done. “
Are you saying that it is actually possible at some point in this government to specifically promote issues?
“It is definitely possible. As you have seen that we have built in Judea and Samaria in this government, as you can see we are transferring budgets to things that are important to us in this government (right) there are many things that can be done”
You are singing in the Bennett-Lapid government, this is not new.
How do you deal with the fact that it goes against your ideological values and opinions as a public woman?
“Look at the government there are conflicting opinions, but as long as we succeed in implementing our ideology and we succeed then this government can exist. This is the red lines for me. We continue the construction boom in Judea and Samaria is of course more possible. We are in a democratic government. It is not a simple thing. We work together. “
(In the middle of the interview, someone shouted a chariot at her, Minister Ayelet).
Shaked added: “So there are really conflicting edges in the government on the one hand, we on the other. But as long as we succeed in implementing our ideology, it is possible to live together, preserve Jewish identity. And here we also come here. Tel Aviv”.
Do you ultimately think that your coalition partners are even though they are at odds with your views?
“We are already succeeding in making an impact. Only yesterday we built 3,000 housing units in Judea and Samaria. At the end of what is important to us, we are promoting.”
Thank you very much, Ayelet.
Continuation of Minister Shaked’s interview.