The State of Israel will lick the wounds of October 7 for a long time to come. Now is not a time for explanations, but a time for preventing future omissions. There will be no need for intelligence assessments and secret documents in which the intentions of the other side are encrypted – social networks are exposed to all. Just this week, Jibril Rajoub made it clear that the massacre in the communities near the Gaza Strip was justified, and immediately promised a more violent massacre in the West Bank. Since no reasonable human soul can describe what is a more violent massacre than the one experienced by the surrounding communities, it seems that some prefer to ignore Comrade Jibril and move on.
The IDF is working throughout Judea and Samaria in an unprecedented manner, and we will see the results in the coming years. But the State of Israel still works in Judea and Samaria as if we were on Simchat Torah eve, and not after the events of that day, when the gates of hell opened.
In some Judea and Samaria communities, Arabs from nearby villages dazzle their homes with lasers. Is this child's play? Well, no. In one locality, laser beams were aimed at the synagogue every Friday evening. When the residents went to pray in one of the houses after Simchat Torah, the laser beams were aimed there. Kerry: We know where you are. We are here on the other side of the fence. If we want to, we'll catch you wherever you are.
More? The social networks of Judea and Samaria Arabs are full of caricatures about the massacre that Rajoub is openly planning. The common surfer will find on the Internet, among other things, cardboard figures who carry out in the residents of Judea and Samaria what their less carton friends did to the people of Gaza and Bari. It's not an inscription on the fence, it's a magazine article on a major prime-time news release. So how does the State of Israel still not treat Judea and Samaria as a front in every respect?
It seems that here, too, cabinet chairs prefer to react retroactively, and in the meantime hope that nothing will happen. It is very Jewish to pray. The communities of Judea and Samaria devoid of men, who serve on the various fronts, are reinforced by another company, but are otherwise abandoned. Rajoub is planning the next massacre to come out of the West Bank, but small Israel refuses to understand. Except it won't end there. They are aimed onward, to Jerusalem, Kfar Saba and Afula. They put a stripe on the borders of '67 and strive for the drawing of '48.
Judea and Samaria is the backbone of the State of Israel. What happens on one side of the fence will directly affect the other. Whoever does not change the way we look at terrorism in Judea and Samaria will see the results tomorrow in Kfar Saba and Afula
These days are critical to this understanding. While the media and leadership accept with understanding the justified demands of the residents of the Lebanese and Gaza borders, who demand security as a basic condition for return, the voices of the residents of Judea and Samaria disappear wherever they are married.
Judea and Samaria is the backbone of the State of Israel. What happens on one side of the fence will directly affect the other. Whoever does not change the way we look at terrorism in Judea and Samaria will see the results tomorrow in Kfar Saba and Afula.
Look at the map, examine the borders of Judea and Samaria carefully. Try to understand where the next wave of terror will come from. Anyone who thinks he will stop in Judea and Samaria is making a grave mistake. Judea and Samaria, as mentioned, is the backbone of the State of Israel, and the longest and most complex border in relation to the airport, as well as to the cities of the center and the coast. Changing the security concept will ensure the protection of the entire State of Israel.
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