More Force: Israel to Build Five New Police Centers in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces arresting Palestinians in Jerusalem (Photo: via Twitter)

The Israeli occupation police in Jerusalem announced a plan to strengthen its presence in the city by building five new police centers and deploying 1,000-1,200 police forces.

The Hebrew Radio has revealed that Yoram Ha-Levy, Chief of Jerusalem’s Police, announced a plan to build five new police centers in the neighborhoods of Ras Alamood, Jabal Almokabir, Silwan, Alissawieh, and Soor Bahir.

(Israeli occupation police announce plans to build new centers and deployment of more forces)

Israeli Minister of Public Security, Gilad Erdan, claimed that implementing the new plan aims to ‘strengthen law enforcement in the neighborhoods of Jerusalem’, adding that he will provide all the necessary resources for this to happen.

(PC, Palestine Now)

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