Video: Moshe Feiglin on the "Wild West" in the Shomron
Interviewer: The Shomron has become like the Wild West. Cars are being stolen every day, even with their drivers inside. Every time there is almost a disaster, and somehow in the end we only get out of it with loss of property, thank God.
What can we do? How can we stop this phenomenon? What do you think is its cause?
We just need to accept that this land is our land. Everything stems from the loss of sovereignty.
For the Arab youth, the feeling of mastery is growing stronger and stronger with time because if you are not the master of the Land, then he is. If you create a vacuum, he enters, which is not surprising at all.
I remember that years earlier, their driving on the roads was also completely different. You would not see an Arab car driving faster than 50 to 60 kilometers per hour. By the way, also inside the Green Line, most of the fatal car crashes are caused by Arabs, because we behave like guests here. This applies to both sides of the Green Line—you are also a guest in Tel Aviv. In the current situation, the Arab is the king of the land; no one dares to move them. That is why everyone argued over Migron, but no one dared to deal with the Bedouin villages in the Galilee and in the Negev, for example.
So, in the end, you lose mastery over the Land, your law is no longer relevant, and the Arab does in the Land whatever he likes. Your property is his property, and in the end, your life is also hanging in the balance, because everything is part of the same issue; the lack of our connection and understanding that this Land is really our Land. If this is not our Land, our cars do not belong to us, and our lives do not really belong to us either.