Israeli and Palestinian security chiefs discuss terror de-escalation
Hussein al-Sheikh, Palestinian Authority Minister for civilian affairs, crossed into Israel on Monday to meet with Shin Bet Director Nadav Argaman. Palestinian sources report that he delivered a message from PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas confirming that the PA would continue to maintain security cooperation with Israel. They two security chiefs discussed measures for de-escalating the high level of terrorist attacks in Judea and Samaria.
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The intelligent way is to declare an Extraordinary Obligatory Ramadan, in top of any other ramadan, remove all food in West Bank, and have IDF:
– reinforcing the respect of the daily fasting;
– monitoring the sales for daily allowance of food per person and against ID.
It is quite damn simple: Drive it, don’t let be driven.
Hey, this makes me think!
How many mosques have approvals as a safe gathering place building? How many imams have anti-terror Shin Bet certification? Are the recordings of each prayer session promptly provided to Shin Bet?
I have many other, but the main question is: WHY NOT TO TURN ISLAM MORE FRIENDLY?
Hey Yasmine, I think I know that tactic from Warsaw in the 40ies…
PA simply creates the terrorism, feed it, finance it, ideologize it, promote it, teach it to Palestinian children and then they spy those created terrorists and then rats on them to Israel. The whole process stinks