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Reality Check: the Truth Behind Judea and Samaria Crossings

Explosives and weapons seized at various IDF crossings.

Explosives and weapons seized at various IDF crossings.
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Although the situation is better than in the past, the ongoing presence of these checkpoints remains necessary. The proof is in the numbers.

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3 Responses to “Reality Check: the Truth Behind Judea and Samaria Crossings”

  1. Gil Gilman says:

    Great and valuable article. Thank you!

  2. Check points and crossings are good and necessary as far as they go, but in Israel they are no longer effective. Arabs are no longer afraid of being caught in the nets because they only get a slap on the wrists, rather than being handled the Spartan way. The rock throwing is troubling. Also, are Israelis aware, thus afraid of what the UN and other friends of Muslims think about Jews? In future attacks, Jews must protect themselves by allowing the IDF and other armed Jews in Judea and Samaria to shoot Arabs, DEAD, not in the legs, without worrying about legal consequences. Because the Arabs are no longer afraid to be shot in the legs and then be treated in Israeli hospitals and jails better than they way they live in their territory, as "free" people.
    This is not a game to be played lightly.

  3. I agree with you but they won't do it.

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