On Sunday afternoon, two Israeli settlers were killed in the village of Huwara, south of Nablus, in the occupied West Bank. This news sent shockwaves throughout Israel, particularly among the media and politicians.
Former deputy defense minister Danny Danon MK said,
“The shocking attack came at a time when we are talking about reducing the army’s activities in the West Bank and a summit to satisfy the [Palestinian] authority.”
Israeli forces are actively searching for those responsible, reports the Makor Rishon newspaper. Meanwhile, Yedioth Ahronoth said that the gunfire occurred during a session in Aqaba intended to prevent further worsening of security in the occupied West Bank.
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According to Ihad Hamo, a correspondent for Channel 12, there is widespread discontent with the Aqaba conference. According to Hamo, the area is a security risk for Israel because it is not within the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority.
Aqaba, Jordan, is hosting a meeting of security officials from the Palestinian Authority, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, and the United States to plan for countering Palestinian resistance actions against Israel. Israeli Army Radio reported that Israeli ministers ordered the Israeli delegation to leave Aqaba.
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