Additionally, it has been stipulated that the firearms must be carried by personnel from the General Intelligence, Preventive Security, and Police departments.
The correspondent quoted sources explaining that the Palestinian Authority had previously requested arms supplies, but these requests had been denied by Israeli authorities.
However, approval for this transfer reportedly followed discussions and negotiations during the meetings held in Aqaba and Sharm El-Sheikh and in talks with the Israeli government’s coordinator of activities in the occupied territories, according to the Israeli correspondent.
The sources emphasized that “the weapons were conveyed to the Palestinian Authority in recent days from US military bases in Jordan, with full Israeli consent, through the Karama Crossing.”
Meanwhile, the radio station cited Israeli security sources who noted that this move is part of a series of steps being considered to support the Palestinian Authority.
It is conditional on two main factors: firstly, the Palestinian Authority must demonstrate tangible achievements on the ground, particularly in Jenin.
Secondly, there must be a full resumption of security coordination following previous statements by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas indicating his intention to suspend such coordination.”
The Palestinian people have consistently voiced their rejection of any form of coordination between the Israeli occupation and the leadership of the Palestinian Authority.
This sentiment reflects a broader dissatisfaction with the status quo and a desire for more assertive actions in pursuit of their rights and self-determination.