Compromise Reached for Evyatar.
*Bennett and Shaked [a] peaceful, […] bloodless solution
According to the approved outline, Evyatar’s residents will leave the place by the end of the week, all the homes will remain intact, and the defense ministry will establish a base for an IDF company on the grounds immediately.
Then, on Rosh Chodesh Elul, in about six weeks, a new Hesder yeshiva will be established on the site, which will employ some of the residents and provide housing to the students.
A Hesder yeshiva program combines advanced Talmudic studies with military service in the IDF, usually within a Religious Zionist framework.
Meanwhile, a directive will be issued to the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories to complete a land survey of the area within six months, and the land that will be cleared by the survey will be declared state land, on which a settlement will be established in coordination with the prime minister, the defense minister, the head of the Samaria regional council, and the Nahala movement.
The head of Nahala is Daniela Weiss, possibly the most authoritative voice within the settler movement, and if she is part of the plan, it is an expression of approval on the right for the Bennett government’s move.
See also: https://www.jewishpress.com/news/israel/religious-secular-in-israel-israel/bennett-determined-to-avoid-clash-with-evyatar-settlers-gantz-eager-to-inflict-damage/2021/06/28/
If this is how the new PM is going to approach all matters of contention, then dare I say this is a good thing! It shows that (Hashem) under the outward appearance of a deranged coalition, there will be advances for Am Yisrael (Mirmah utachbulos, the same way that Eretz Yisrael entered this timeframe.)