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The Israeli government has announced that it will “lock down” the country, and that all Palestinian prisoners are to be moved out of the occupied territories.
The announcement came after the Israeli High Court in June ruled that the Palestinian Authority had to allow Israel to release hundreds of Palestinians.
Since then, Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza have been able to freely enter Israel.
However, there are many Palestinians who are still being held in Israeli jails.
In a statement released Wednesday, the Ministry of Justice said that “Israel is obligated to ensure the security of its citizens and to prevent the reopening of the borders in the occupied Palestinian territory and to return all the prisoners to their homes.
We are working with all stakeholders to bring the prisoners home as quickly as possible.”
In the past, Israel has also said that the release of prisoners would “immediately lead to the opening of the crossings between the occupied territory and Israel.”
The ministry said that its actions “will not prevent the implementation of the decision of the High Court of Justice, which affirmed the legal validity of the Palestinian decision to hold all prisoners in Israeli prisons.”
In June, Israel agreed to pay compensation to 1,400 Palestinians who were released in the last round of peace talks with the Palestinians.
It also announced that all Palestinians will be eligible for free school education for the first time in nearly four decades.
In response to the move, President Shimon Peres said that Israel would “respond in a manner that is humane and fair.”
He added that the “toughest and most effective” measures would be taken to “free the prisoners.”
Earlier this week, Israel’s parliament voted to suspend negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, and President Shaul Mofaz said that it was “in the best interest of Israel and its citizens to keep the status quo” as the Palestinian leadership made “no progress” with negotiations.
Israel’s president also said on Wednesday that he would meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the coming days to discuss how the Palestinians can move forward with their negotiations.
The latest round of negotiations between the two sides, which began on April 14, ended without a deal.
The two sides have made several moves toward a final deal in recent months, including agreeing to extend negotiations until the end of May.
In exchange, the Palestinian side will release two groups of prisoners and return two Israeli civilians who have been held without charge in Israeli prison.
The Palestinians have also agreed to release two Palestinian prisoners who were held in the Israeli military prison at Nablus for more than two years.
In the latest round, they will also free four Palestinian citizens of Israel.
While negotiations have been underway for months, it has been difficult to see them come to fruition, said Haaretz’s chief political analyst, Eran Elinav.
He said that with Abbas’ leadership in doubt, the negotiations will likely be postponed until later this year.
On Tuesday, the Israeli cabinet approved a bill that will allow Israel’s High Court to grant Palestinians who request the release from Israeli prisons a new status of national security.
It was expected that the bill would also allow Palestinians to be released from Israeli jails if they have been convicted of a crime.
Despite the current status of negotiations, there is hope for a final agreement.
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas, who is currently in Europe, has expressed his hope that the talks can be resumed in the near future.
The Palestinian Authority has been working on the implementation plan for a new agreement since 2014.
The last round, which was initiated by Abbas, saw a deal reached in May between the Palestinian government and the Israel Defense Forces, the two parties involved in the conflict.