Israeli media quoted a source as saying that the US fears that continued mobility in the West Bank will lead to a decline in security.
The United States is very concerned about what is happening in the West Bank and fears an escalationIsraeli media reported a meeting between high-ranking “Tel Aviv” officials and Barbara Leif, the US Under Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs.
According to a source close to that meeting, Leaf said that Continuing the current mobility in that area could lead to a decline in security.
Heji Simantov, a commentator on Arab affairs Canal 13The released images, which are believed to show Hamas fighters training and conducting military exercises in Jenin, show the organization of the factions.
For their part, fellow commentators or Heller report that The Israeli occupation forces and the Shin Bet are in a state of confusion.
“Are we seeing the start of a new growth?” Heller thought. and added that Some experts would consider this the beginning of the Third Palestinian Intifada.
“The West Bank is witnessing a ‘new era’ in which every detention operation by the Israeli occupation forces ends with an armed confrontation,” he said.
For his part, Noam Benat, also a commentator for Canal 13said that the Israeli security establishment is aware that “The process of arresting armed men, which involves a confrontation and an exchange of fire, has become a routine affair, and any arrest operation against wanted persons will end with the same scene as we did at a house in Nablus. had seen about the bombing in which Palestinian men were implicated”.
Bennett said that “The Northern West Bank is the theater of challenge.”
Other Israeli media outlets noted that arrests in the West Bank, which until recently were simple, have become very complex. Together the heavy media coverage makes matters difficult for “Israel”.
Palestinian Affairs Correspondent for Canal 12Ohad Hammo said that “Hamas and Islamic Jihad are giving an important role to Nablus.”
“The center of the battle, which was in Genin in recent months, has moved to Nablus, and we have been seeing it in recent weeks. What sets it apart the last few nights is that the arrests, which until recently were easy “It’s become too complicated. The Palestinian Army now prefers to fight and shoot.” He added.
He also pointed out that the narrative on the Palestinian side is also an important factor.
“We often hear that the youth of Nablus, for example, fought until the last bullet and until they ran out of ammunition. And this represents a double threat; the first on a tactical level, because such The process can be complicated. And another at the strategic level, because it kind of indicates that things are going in the wrong direction in the West Bank,” he concluded.