Ben-Gvir fears escalation, calls for establishing an Occupation Guard
Israeli Police Minister, Itamar Ben Gvir, warns of possible new scenario similar to the battle of Seif al-Quds, describing the national security of the occupation as being in danger.
Israeli Police Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, argued, according to Israeli media, that as the situation intensifies, there is a growing risk of a second battle similar to the last battle on the Gaza strip, noting that "Israel" needs to face many of its since-discovered vulnerabilities on the military level.
Israeli media quoted Ben-Gvir during a joint press conference with the Israeli Occupation Police Commissioner, Kobi Shabtai, where he said that "in all assessments of the situation there is a clear danger," and warned that "the central threat before us ['Israel'] is the 'Guardian of the Walls 2' [Seif al-Quds 2] scenario at the door, and in a scenario like this there is only one way out – the establishment of a National Guard [Occupation Guard]."
Furthermore, Ben-Gvir added that "We have reached a solution...we will raise the salaries of all policemen...by 20 to 40 percent." The Police Minister then requested that all Israeli Occupation Forces deserters return to their posts.
Netanyahu government further drenched in annexation plans
Israeli media, "Israel Hayom" in Hebrew, reported that the occupation government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu is preparing "the annexation of millions of Palestinians to the official figures and the removal of the Civil Administration [in the West Bank] from the Ministry of Defense."
According to the newspaper "the government is planning a series of unprecedented measures that will constitute a 'revolution' in Israeli policy in Judea and Samaria [West Bank]."
The occupied West Bank gentrification plan put forward by the occupation government of Netanyahu is not new, per se, but has been shelved, for over a year, during the previous shared premiership of Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid. The plan sought to approve "approximately 18,000 new housing units in the coming months."
The Nakba-like plan would not only result in the expulsion of "millions of Palestinians," but will also use greenwashing in an attempt to contain and monitor the remaining Arab neighborhoods through the increased "enforcement of the Ministry of Environmental Protection."