The Extremist Minister of National Security of the Israeli occupation, Itamar Ben Gvir, said that he will soon implement the death penalty law by the electric chair against Palestinians who carry out resistance operations against the Israeli occupation.
This came during Ben Gvir’s meeting with Israeli parties today, Monday, indicating that he had issued instructions to follow up on social media and monitor and detain every Palestinian with a weapon.
At the same time, the Israeli occupation allows its settlers to carry a weapon and attack Palestinians.
Ben Gvir, said on Saturday, January 28, that he wants to pass the death penalty law against the Palestinians and to license more weapons to Israeli settlers.
The Israeli occupation-owned free-to-air tv channel, Kan11, stated that Ben Gvir threatened Jerusalemites to move from a Palestinian neighborhood to another to demolish their homes.
He demanded the imposition of a curfew on the neighborhood from which the Palestinian martyr Khairy Alqam, 21 years old, carried Jerusalem operation last Thursday.
The Palestinian youth, Khairy Alqam, carried out a shooting attack in Jerusalem that killed 8 Israeli settlers, in response to the massacre committed by the occupation forces against the citizens in Jenin, which resulted in the murder of several Palestinians and the injury of dozens.
In this context, Ben Gvir extended the period of validity of the decision to prevent the families of Hamas detainees inside Israeli prisons from visiting them.
According to the Hebrew newspaper Maariv, Ben Gvir signed the decision to pressure the Palestinian resistance faction in Gaza, Hamas, to release the Israeli soldiers it has captured.
Ben Gvir said, “I am convinced that the reasons for continuing to prevent family visits to Hamas prisoners from the Gaza Strip are important and influential in promoting the issue of (Israeli) prisoners and missing persons.”
It is noteworthy that the law of executing prisoners topped the conditions of Ben Gvir’s party to join Netanyahu’s fascist far-right government, in addition to enabling settlers to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque, and changing the status quo in it.