More bloodshed will follow removal of Israeli military checkpoints

Israel has reduced the number of military checkpoints in Judea and Samaria by 60 percent in one year. «This will inevitably result in more bloodshed, says Jewish settlers».

Military checkpoints did result in an end of suicide bombers entering Jewish areas. Jewish settlers fears the human bombs will return.
Military checkpoints did result in an end of suicide bombers entering Jewish areas. Jewish settlers fears that human bombs now will return to spread ore terror.

Removal of military checkpoints is a result of the decrease in the number of successful terrorist attacks and an increase in US pressure, reports Israel National News.

This is a result of the decrease in the number of successful terrorist attacks and an increase in US pressure.

The Palestinians often complain that Israel’s anti-terrorism measures so restrict their freedom of movement as to prevent normal living conditions. Those complaints have been taken by the administrations of US President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush and translated into pressure on Israel to ignore its security needs in favor of Palestinians sensitivities.

Israeli officials tried to downplay the US pressure and said the removal of the checkpoints was more a result of decreased terrorism. But Jewish community leaders in Judea and Samaria noted that terrorism is down precisely because Israel implemented measures such as the checkpoints, and that removing them will inevitably result in more bloodshed.

Source: The Magazine: Israel Today

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