Israel’s Bennett wants ‘shoot to kill’ policy in Gaza

Israel’s Bennett wants ‘shoot to kill’ policy in Gaza

Israel’s Bennett wants ‘shoot to kill’ policy in Gaza

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a stark warning to the Palestinian Authority and to the global community during Sunday's cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.

Seven Arabs were arrested in Samaria early Tuesday in connection with the murders of 29-year-old Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and 35-year-old Ziv Hajbi, as well as the wounding of 54-year-old Sara Vaturi, at their workplace on Sunday morning.

The IDF later identified the assailant as Mr Naalwa, a Palestinian from the village of Shuwaika, north of Tulkarm, who worked at the factory as an electrician.

Since the attack was allegedly carried out by a Palestinian employed at the Barkan industrial zone in the occupied West Bank, questions were raised over whether he knew the victims and over the motivation behind the shooting.

The Israeli and Egyptian blockade on Gaza began in 2007, when Hamas took control of the strip from the Palestinian Authority, implemented in order to prevent military equipment and artillery from reaching terror elements like the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing.

"One of the workers was sacked and he didn't like the owner".

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More than 260 Palestinians have also been killed over the same period.

Since then, four of the hundreds of attacks of cold steel and firearms, explosive devices, and collisions of cars in Israel and the West Bank of the Jordan river was killed more than 50 Israelis and a few foreigners.

A spokesman for the Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, who is based in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, voiced disapproval of the fuel delivery.

Israel settlements are considered illegal under worldwide law and major stumbling blocks to peace as they are built on land the Palestinians see as part of their future state.

Last month, a Palestinian teenager stabbed to death the US-born settler Ari Fuld, a well-known pro-Israel advocate, at a shopping centre in Gush Etzion.

Murad Ashtawi, a popular resistance activist in Kafr Qaddum, told Anadolu Agency that Israeli troops had raided the town in a bid to preempt a planned anti-settlement demonstration.

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