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Friday, May 14, 2010

IDF to end nightly terrorist roundups?

This would be bad news. Really bad news.
The Israel Defense Forces are preparing for the possibility that the start of proximity talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) will bring about a halt to the nightly arrest operations being carried out in the PA's sections of Judea and Samaria, according to the latest issue of the Bemachane military magazine.

Military sources say that the talks could lead to either the operations being cut down if the talks are successful or increased if they aren't.
People outside Israel - and even many people in Israel - don't realize how much the IDF is still in the terror fighting business in Judea and Samaria. From reading the media, you would think that the 'Palestinian police' (i.e. the Dayton forces) are enforcing the law and
capturing terrorists. But that's not the case for the most part.

One of the people I follow on Twitter is the IDF spokesperson. Every morning, without fail, I get a tweet that tells me how many terrorists the IDF arrested the night before. Every morning. That's the real terror fighting in Judea and Samaria. If God forbid that stops, an awful lot of people could pay for it with their lives.


At 3:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Oslo war has never ended.

"Sacrifices for peace" - Yitzchak Rabin



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