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As part of these campaigns, in recent hours numerous settlers have distributed leaflets threatening to kill or deport Palestinian citizens.
On Friday, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry accused far-right Israeli ministers of inciting and encouraging an escalation of attacks by Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank, amid the bombardment of the Gaza Strip.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants condemned in a statement "in the strongest terms the escalation of attacks and crimes by organized settler militias against Palestinian citizens, their lands, properties and holy sites."
In this regard, it blamed the heads of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir and Finance Bezalel Smotrich for inciting these extremists to commit systematic violations.
According to the ministry, as part of these campaigns, in recent hours numerous settlers have distributed leaflets threatening to kill or deport Palestinian citizens.
Furthermore, it criticized several incursions into West Bank villages and towns, robberies, tree felling, physical assaults and even the use of firearms against civilians.
It also stated that the terrorism practiced by the followers of Ben Gvir and Smotrich is part of the Israeli campaign against the Palestinian people.
The Foreign Ministry warned about the consequences of these actions, while Benjamin Netanyahu's government intensifies its attacks against the Gaza Strip, where more than seven thousand people have been reported dead since October 7.
Israel has intensified its operations in Gaza amidst a communication blackout.
The Palestinian Red Crescent says that there is no safe place in Gaza and asks the world to demand the 'fighting stops now.' pic.twitter.com/eafT9M6BFA