The Israeli occupation decided on Friday, November 4, 2022, to provide its army with modern combat equipment and armored military jeeps to strengthen their attacks on Palestinian citizens throughout the West Bank.
According to what was reported by Hebrew media, the occupation army decided to supply about 2,500 bulletproof vests for its soldiers highly deployed in the Palestinian cities and villages throughout the occupied West Bank.
This came at the conclusion of an Israeli assessment session of the security situation in the West Bank, which aims to empower Israeli soldiers to attack Palestinians, especially with increase of the Palestinian resistance operations against the Israeli soldiers and settlers who storm their cities and homes, kill and wound them, and terrorize families in a daily basis.
The Israeli army also decided to provide 50 modern armored vehicles, in addition to the current military vehicles it uses in the West Bank that are anti-bullet, to enhance protection for its armed to the teath forces participating in the “breaking waves” operation it has been waging against the Palestinian citizens over the West Bank since last spring.
Meanwhile, Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that the amount of the mentioned military equipment is the largest that the Israeli occupation army intends to supply during the last decade in light of hundreds of individual self-defense operations against them by Palestinian freedom fighters, which reached 240 operations since last August.
Since the beginning of this year, Israeli occupation forces murdered more than 100 Palestinian citizens while defending themselves during the Israeli military incursions on the Palestinian cities, villages, and homes across the occupied West Bank.
The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wencesland, said that this year is expected to be the bloodiest for Palestinians in the West Bank since 2005 as a result of the Israeli occupation forces’ escalating incursions and attacks against defenseless Palestinians in their own homes.