The wave of deadly terror attacks in Israel continues unabated and has already killed 34 people since the beginning of the year, which is more than the total number of terror deaths for the year 2022, which saw 33 Israelis murdered.
This makes 2023 the year with the most terror deaths since the Second Intifada, or “Oslo War” as some in Israel call this four-year asymmetric conflict.
Recently, the terror has mainly taken the form of shooting attacks carried out mainly in Judea and Samaria, the heartland of Israel.
The current wave of shooting attacks is fueled and sponsored by the Islamic Republic of Iran, says the government in Jerusalem, and Israel now appears to have found a way to hit the head of the octopus, as former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett called the regime of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Terror stronghold Huwara
Last Saturday, two Israeli men were shot dead in the town of Huwara near the city of Nablus.
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