Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Israel’s Security Wall Has Provided Little Security

The current violence in Israel and Palestine has demonstrated the ineffectiveness of the separation barrier, the concrete wall/barbed wire fence that Israel began erecting inside Palestine 13 years ago during the second intifada to provide security. The wall is as high as 25 feet in some places, and travels for hundreds of miles inside Palestine, mostly east of the Green Line, grabbing territory that was supposed to go to a Palestinian state under the Oslo accords.

Most of the Palestinian attacks have taken place on the Israeli side of the separation barrier. Last week, for instance, several Israelis and an American were attacked inside the Gush Etzion settlement in the occupied West Bank, but on the Israeli side of the wall, while several other attacks by Palestinians have taken place in East Jerusalem, also inside the wall.

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How many security walls come to mind - the Great Wall of China, the Berlin Wall, Israel's security wall, etc.?

I don't think Israel's wall is there for "security". It's there to remind the people who live inside that they are special, they are different, and that all the Goyim are their enemies. It gives them an excuse not to compromise or make peace with their neighbors, not to follow international law, and even not to be decent human beings.

What kind of people build a wall like that?

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