(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - "Guest House" plan is supposed to provide solutions for the terror scenario in which all the settlements have to be evacuated because of rocket attacks. According to the plan, entire cities will be moved to southern "Israel" around Eilat and the Arava area.
The Ministerial Committee is set to discuss a plan for a mass evacuation which also states that t owns near Ariel may also serve as temporary evacuation centers.
The plan also applies to cases of natural disasters at the national level and is a reworking of one of "Israel's" contingency plans. The old housing plan, in which Home Front Protection Minister, Matan Vilnai, participated in, is renewed in the wake of the new threats in the Middle East. The plan is named "Guest House".
According to the plan, housings will be in schools, educational establishments and even boarding schools, dorms and hotels.
The Housing Ministry will prepare a plan for the establishment of temporary housing facilities including tents and caravans. Local Host councils will provide for the evacuees for one week an allowance of NIS 150 from the Finance Ministry.
Evacuees will also receive transportation and toilet stall. They will also receive laundry services and each child will be given NIS 100 for school supplies.
Home Front Protection Minister Matan Vilnai said that after a briefing from the national security adviser, Yaakov Amidror, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave the green light to implement the plan. It will also be introduced at various government ministries.
An initial amount of NIS 2 million was allocated for that plan, but then the plan was estimated to cost hundreds of millions of shekels. This amount will be fully transferred to the Treasury after the approval on the evacuation plan.
"I have spoken to council heads in the Eilat district and they appreciate the importance of hosting residents of central and northern "Israel" at times of emergency," Vilnai told Ynet.
"One must keep in mind that countries will agree to help us and send portable housing units at times of massive natural disasters such as earthquakes or fires but I doubt this will be the case during a war."
"It is a plan that should exhibit our skills and give solutions in case of emergency. The plan will be applied at all the government ministries, as it includes necessary elements to be addressed when needed," Alon Rosen, general director of home front protection ministry stated.