Report: PA Hiding Sensitive Documents in Case of Outbreak of Violence

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The Palestinian Authority has begun to hide sensitive documents as it braces for possible violence if Israel applies sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and parts of Yehuda and Shomron, according to Israeli media reports on Tuesday.

The Palestinian leadership directed its security forces, the Muhabarat, to hide documents in at least two cities, according to Channel 12.

The last time such a directive was given was in September 2000, the beginning of the Second Intifada, a violent Palestinian uprising that lasted from 2000 until 2005.

Palestinian sources say the move is preparation by the PA for a deterioration in the security situation following the application of Israeli law in Yehuda and Shomron and the Jordan Valley under the aegis of the US “Peace to Prosperity” plan.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will begin to implement the plan to apply Israeli law to Jewish communities in Yehuda and Shomron starting on July 1.




  1. (Not that it generally makes much difference to the world, but)
    Israel should really up their PR act regarding this approaching annexation issue – Instead of focusing on what Israel might annex, they (and as much as they can indirectly influence the media articles on this) should rather focus on the areas of sovereignty that are due to be awarded to the Palestinians.


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