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Israel builds 65 km long hi-tech ‘wall’ towards Gaza, enemies will end in the blink of an eye


Highlights

  • Israel builds hi-tech wall to block Hamas attacks from Gaza
  • This ‘iron wall’ is 65 km long and is equipped with underground sensors, radars and cameras
  • Enemies will come under the scanner of security forces if they try to cross this wall.

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Israel has announced the completion of construction of a 65-km-long ‘iron wall’ to prevent Hamas attacks from Gaza. This hi-tech wall is equipped with underground sensors, radars and cameras. Any attempt to cross this wall from the Gaza side will attract the attention of the Israeli security forces and will be eliminated in the blink of an eye.

Israel is describing it as a barrier, which has been completed after about three and a half years of construction. Israel has blocked Gaza since the Hamas regime came to power in 2007. Under this, strict restrictions have been placed on the movement of goods and people. About two million people live in Gaza City and have to go through these Israeli sanctions. Israel’s Defense Ministry issued a statement saying that the 65-km-long ‘barrier’ has been completed.

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The Defense Ministry said that it also includes underground barriers with sensors, 6 meters high smart fence, radars, cameras and maritime surveillance systems. Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said the structure would act as an iron wall between the people of southern Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas. In fact, in May, there was a fierce war between Hamas and Palestinian fighters, in which thousands of rocket attacks were carried out by Hamas on Israel.

In response, Israel also carried out air strikes on Gaza City hundreds of times. It killed 240 people in Gaza City. At the same time, 12 people were killed in Israel in 11 days of fighting. Israel warned its citizens that Hamas could infiltrate Israeli territory through tunnels from Gaza and carry out attacks. Gantz said the barrier would give Israeli citizens a sense of security. Israel has also built a similar wall in the West Bank area.

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