IDF chief says raids to continue ‘as long as it takes’ as Operation Breakwater continues


(Worthy News) – Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi held on Thursday a special meeting to discuss the ongoing heightened tensions in Judea and Samaria in the wake of the recent attacks, as Israeli forces arrested more than 30 in various counterterrorism operations.

Members of the top brass and senior Shin Bet officials were in attendance to discuss the special measures that were introduced in recent days and prepare for upcoming Jewish and holidays, which often coincide with increased clashes.

During the overnight raids in the Palestinian city of Jenin in northern Samaria, three were arrested for helping carry out the recent attack in Bnei Barak, in which 5 were killed. Three terrorists who shot at the troops were killed. The troops also confiscated illegal arms, including an M-16 assault rifle, in a nearby village. Meanwhile, conducted raids across Judea and Samaria, which culminated with additional arrests, including an -affiliated terrorist. At the end of the meeting, Kochavi told the commanders that they “have the ability and duty to prevent terrorist attacks. You can crack down on what led to this recent spate of attacks and frustrate additional attempts.” [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]

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