Terrorist israelis Tighten Security Measures in East Jerusalem Following Heroic Operations
The Zionist authorities began setting up checkpoints in Palestinian areas of east Jerusalem on Wednesday as they struggled to stop a wave of attacks that have raised fears of a full-scale uprising.
A police spokeswoman said checkpoints were being set up at “the exits of Palestinian villages and neighborhoods in east Jerusalem,” where most of the recent martyrs have come from.
A wave of mainly stabbing operations have spread fear in the occupied territories, while a gun-and-knife attack on a Jerusalem bus on Tuesday killed two Zionists and injured more than 20 others.
The move to install checkpoints followed a decision by Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet overnight authorizing police to seal off or impose a curfew on parts of Jerusalem.
Netanyahu has faced major pressure over the wave of Palestinians’ operations as well as violent Palestinian protests in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The upsurge in violence that began on October 1 when a group of settlers stormed the al-Aqsa complex under the protection of occupation police has led some to warn of the risk of a third Palestinian intifada.
The Zionist entity occupied Parts of Palestine in 1948 when it declared the self-proclaimed ‘state’, and later occupied east Jerusalem in the 1967 Six-Day War and annexed it in a move never recognized by the international community.