Does Israel have an anti terrorist trick? British media: close monitoring of threat preemption

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 Does Israel have an anti terrorist trick? British media: close monitoring of threat preemption


In order to monitor the security situation in the West Bank, Jerusalem and other cities, Israel is relying on the Israeli security agency (more known as simbeit). The bureau is divided into 3 divisions in the region: the central (Jerusalem and the West Bank), the South (Gaza and the inner gaff) and the northern (Ashe dud to the Lebanese border). The unusual feature of the Bureaus architecture is that it does not follow the traditional way of counter-terrorism and anti espionage, but rather follows the threat of the Arabia Muslim world and the geo strategic distinction derived from threats from other parts of the world. The Palestinian National Authority was driven out of Jerusalem in 2000, so the city was under the control of the Israeli police and intelligence agencies. Israel must rely on informants and other resources, as well as the inherent understanding of local militant organizations. In all parts of the city, the border police, the intelligence officer, the Palestinian National Authority liaison and coordination personnel, the police and the private security companies have secured the security. In addition to making corresponding judicial decisions, the Israeli authorities rarely talk openly about indigenous terrorism. Some Israeli experts, journalists and officials think the threat is a closely monitored phenomenon, and some think it is a time bomb that will eventually break out into serious violence. In any case, Jerusalem remains the core of terrorist propaganda. So far, large-scale attacks have been rare in Israel, but isolated and unpredictable acts of violence are increasing, such as knives or clashes. Although most of these attacks are Palestinians in Jerusalem and the West Bank of the Jordan River (especially around Hebron), there are also some Israeli Arabs involved. Such a wolf attack does not have any formal connection with terrorist organizations, but it is still very worrying, especially because intelligence agencies can not be informed in advance. Picture: the Israeli security agency Xin Beit sign. (the picture comes from the network) Israels occupation of Palestinian territory for more than 40 years has apparently failed to enhance Israels ability to prevent unforeseen violence. On the contrary, social and political discontent caused by the long occupation aggravated peoples disappointment. The failure of Palestinian Nationalism and the weakness of the local political system have encouraged some individuals to solve problems by themselves. The fact that the deaths of Israelis still occur frequently in Palestinian violence has a constant impact on Israeli political life and national security decisions. In order to combat the threat of terrorism, Israel seeks to control and restrict not only the activities of the known terrorists, but even the Islamic organizations that do not have any association with terrorism. For example, at the end of 2015, Israel decided to clamp down on the northern branch of the Israeli Islamic movement. Such an action may be counterproductive, as the movements charismatic leader, Raid Salah, is adored by many Israeli Arabs who no longer trust the traditional nationalist parties. His behavior in defending the Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem in Jerusalem raised his reputation. Similarly, Israel will face more serious risks if Israel tries to suppress organizations associated with the brothers brother and consider the obvious recovery capabilities of these organizations. Members of such organizations usually have strong social and charitable networks, which expand their sphere of influence almost organically. The organization may also be a long-term and sustainable alternative political choice for the salad pie, which is not very consistent with the Palestinian political and socioeconomic needs. Israel has a long history of fighting terrorism. Israels security forces are fast, flexible and adaptable, and their military intelligence services (Military Intelligence), Mossad (Foreign Intelligence) and Sinbert (domestic intelligence) can cooperate effectively. The intelligence department heads committee responsible for coordinating intelligence gathering and evaluation promoted this cooperation. Israel implements compulsory military service to ensure that the armed forces are more connected with the wider society than other countries in the world. Even the Israeli police force is highly militarized. In addition, weapons are widely circulated among Israeli and Palestinian civilians. Members of the armed forces have the right to carry weapons when they are not on duty. Due to the uncontrolled use of firearms to cause accidents, the practice was banned for 15 years, and was resumed in October 2015. For most Israeli policymakers, carrying weapons at present is a good way to deal with the rise of individual terrorism. Although Israel remains focused on Iran, its main enemy, the country has not ignored the terrorist threat. The Israeli army and intelligence agencies seek to emphasize pre emptive action, monitoring, close collaboration with Egypt and Jordan (emphasizing the importance of the surviving strong partners, maintaining a stable security guard line) and the policy of taking the initiative to fight terrorism when necessary. At the same time, Israel is highly concerned about the safety of its citizens and Jewish citizens in Europe (especially Europe). In terms of Israeli security, cooperation with European intelligence agencies is more important than ever. (Ge Xuelei / Translated) Data picture: the Mossad sign of Israel. (source from the Internet) this article source: Reference News Network Editor: ye Zhi FA _NBJS6073 Data picture: the Mossad sign of Israel. (the picture comes from the network)