According to the JPost, the government has to do two crucial things:
- give approval to a new site
- build permanent housing
At this time, neither seems realistic. Even "consensus" towns in Judea/Samaria like Maale Adumim are being strangled by the lack of land for building new homes. And Jerusalem neighborhoods like Har Chomah and Pisgat Zeev have trouble getting building permits.
So what are the chances that the government will approve and build a "new Migron" near to the area where Migron stands today?
Regardless, I think that Moetzet YESHA should never have agreed to destroy a Jewish community!