Glick began by praising Women in Green directors Nadia Matar and Yehudit Katsover for their work in advancing the Jewish presence in Judea and Samaria.
He stressed that now is the time to implement Israeli sovereignty in the region so as to “bring peace,” and called to build more in Judea and Samaria – the government has been imposing a near total Jewish construction freeze in the area since 2013.
Glick claimed that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu “in his heart is with the settlers,” even as the Prime Minister restated this week that he is committed to the two state solution.
The new MK, who is a leading Temple Mount activist, also called to visit the holiest site in Judaism.
Nadia Matar spoke with Arutz Sheva as well, saying her organization was proud to host Glick.
She said she views the new MK as a representative in the Knesset pushing forward sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.