France joins in on sanctions against 28 settlers after USA and UK

The United States was the first to announce sanctions against Israeli settlers, with President Joe Biden signing the order. This move by the US has sparked a debate about the effectiveness of economic pressure as a tool for resolving conflicts.

Yesterday, Great Britain imposed sanctions on four Israeli settlers, including asset freezes, travel restrictions, and visa bans. These sanctions were imposed in response to allegations that the settlers targeted by Britain had attacked Palestinian shepherds and their families, and used physical violence and threats against Palestinian residents.

France has launched a direct criticism of the Israeli government, asserting that it is responsible for bringing settlers to justice and calling for European-level sanctions to be adopted. This move by France has led to tensions between the two countries, with some Israelis accusing France of being too soft on Palestinians.

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