Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu Announces Easier Permits For Israelis To Carry Guns Says It Would Reduce Violence

Benjamin Netanyahu Gun Permit Announcement: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made an important announcement regarding the possession of Israeli weapons. The rule of keeping guns for Israelis will be relaxed. PM Netanyahu has made such an announcement after a recent attack in East Jerusalem. At least seven people were reportedly killed by a Palestinian gunman near a Jewish place of worship in East Jerusalem on January 27. According to reports, 10 people were also injured in the firing incident. The attack in the Jerusalem area was described as the deadliest attack against Jews since 2008.

According to reports, the firing incident took place recently after nine Palestinians were killed in an Israeli attack in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin. According to Aljazeera’s report, the Israeli army killed 32 Palestinians in total this month. At the same time, the Israeli army killed at least 200 Palestinians in the West Bank last year.

unstoppable violence

Due to the conflict between Israel and Palestine, the era of violence is not stopping. On Saturday (January 28), the day after the January 27 shooting incident, a 13-year-old Palestinian boy opened fire on a group of Israeli passers-by in Jerusalem, injuring two civilians, after being shot and wounded.

Netanyahu’s decision being seen as ‘collective punishment’

Meanwhile, amid the ongoing conflict between Palestine and Israel, Netanyahu’s decision to relax gun rules is being seen as ‘collective punishment’, which is said to fuel further violence, according to reports. can give. Netanyahu announced this decision late on Saturday (January 28) after calling a meeting of his security cabinet.

What did PM Netanyahu say?

Netanyahu said in his statement that making gun permits easier for Israelis would reduce violence. He said, “We have seen time and time again that brave, armed and trained citizens save lives.” At the same time, Defense Minister Yoav Galant said, “We will not hesitate to act against terrorism, we will ensure peace on the ground.” And want to achieve stability.”

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