By Moshe Feiglin
Last week I was riding in a car on Highway 443 between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. I’m lucky that I’m not a government minister; the Knesset Security Department has prohibited ministers from travelling this road because of its proximity to Arab towns. It’s also lucky that I am not a fighter pilot; then I would not be allowed to travel to my Negev base via the Shoket Junction, also because of its proximity to Arab villages. The Wadi Ara Highway is also off limits to VIPs for the same reason.