Security Cabinet approves anti-terror measures 13 Oct 2015

Security Cabinet approves anti-terror measures

10/13/2015

The Security Cabinet convened to continue its discussions on the security situation and approved a series of additional steps to deal with the wave of terrorism.
Scene of attack on Egged bus in East Talpiot neighborhood in Jerusalem, Oct 13, 2015
 
Copyright: Israel Police
(Communicated by the Prime Minister's Media Adviser)
 
The Security Cabinet met yesterday evening (Tuesday, 13 October 2015) to continue its discussions on the security situation and approved a series of additional steps to deal with the wave of terrorism:
 
* The Israel Police is authorized to impose a closure on, or to surround, centers of friction and incitement in Jerusalem, in accordance with security considerations.
 
* In addition to the demolition of terrorists' homes, no new construction will be permitted at the site where a terrorist's home has been demolished.
 
* The property of terrorists who perpetrate attacks will be confiscated.
 
* The permanent residency rights of terrorists will be revoked.
 
* The operational force of the Israel Police will be enlarged and expanded.
 
* 300 additional security guards will be recruited for public transportation in Jerusalem at a cost of NIS 80 million.
 
* IDF units will reinforce the Israel Police in cities and along roads.
 
* The IDF will be instructed to deploy units in sensitive areas along the security fence in the immediate term. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu directed that staff work be done on completing the security fence including in the southern Hebron Hills area.
 
The Security Cabinet will reconvene this afternoon (Wednesday, 14 October 2015), to deal with additional issues including incitement.
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