Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that they are working very hard to find a solution for Amona and that they intend to examine the possibility of the residents being able to remain on the mountain, and even to stay as a community. Maybe there is the possibility that the residents of Amona will have to move a few dozen meters, maybe even 100-180 meters, but they will be able to remain in the same location. Netanyahu called on Coalition members to act with restraint on the subject.
A-G Avichai Mandelblit’s proposed solution for Amona was dismissed on Monday night by residents of the town, which is slated for eviction by December 25, as well as by lawmakers from the Jewish Home party. Mandelblit suggested moving the residents of Amona to temporary structures on three plots located north of the community. The solution is a temporary one, for a period of about eight months, and will move the residents to property defined as “absentee property”, meaning assets granted to the state of Israel which originally belonged to individuals who fled to the territory of a hostile nation during the 1948 War of Independence.