Unexpected Military Drill Held in West Bank by Israeli Armed Forces

The Israeli military mobilized some 13,000 soldiers for an unexpected drill on Sunday in the occupied West Bank, in the first such exercise in three years.

Army chief Gadi Eisenkot had initiated a “surprise exercise in Central Command” — the military front that controls land taken in a 1967 war which is pursued by Palestinians as part of a future state.

The footage of the drill showed soldiers in bulletproof vehicles practicing how to handle casualties at the scene of a confrontation.

Asked about the timing of the drill, a military spokeswoman said it was “not necessarily linked to anything specific”. Such exercises take place in the West Bank on and off with last one held in 2012.

Full article: Unexpected Military Drill Held in West Bank by Israeli Armed Forces (Sputnik News)

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