Time for Israel to End Its "Confidence Building Measures" Since It's Building the Confidence of Jihadi Rotters
And who the hell, aside from the rotters and those who share their Zionhass, needs/wants that?:
The recent kidnapping of three Israeli teenagers near Hebron, who are now the subject of a massive Israeli military-security search, should give pause. Israel says it has evidence of involvement by Hamas, the U.S. and EU-listed terrorist group that calls in its Charter for the worldwide murder of Jews. Hamas, which was recently incorporated into the Fatah/Palestinian Authority (PA) regime, is still receiving U.S taxpayer funding.
Given these circumstances, Israel needs to put an end to its concessionary policy of ‘confidence-building measures:’ removing security checkpoints and roadblocks, freeing convicted and jailed Palestinian terrorists as demanded by the PA, and so on — especially if it emerges that the absence of checkpoints enabled the terrorists to carry out the kidnappings.
That some terrorist acts have been facilitated in this way is beyond argument.
For sure. That's why the rotters and other Zion-loathers want Israel to tear down its security fencing.
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