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  • 1. Saving Lives: Israel’s Security Fence
  • 2.
    • if terrorists were attacking your people?
    What would you do…
  • 3.
    • In the past three years
    • over 900 Israelis were murdered in terrorist attacks.
  • 4. Buses Cafes Family Cars Restaurants Private Houses Palestinian terrorist attacks have included:
  • 5.
    • Most of the terrorists come from the West Bank.
    • The Palestinian leadership is doing nothing to stop the terrorists and even encourages them.
    • Currently there is no physical barrier that can stop them.
    • There are no terrorist infiltrations from Gaza because a security fence already exists there.
  • 6.
    • Until there is peace
    Israel needs a temporary defensive measure to block terrorist infiltration - The security fence.
  • 7.
    • It will keep terrorists out of Israeli cities and towns.
    • It will save lives.
    What will the security fence do?
  • 8.
    • establish a border of any kind.
    • annex any Palestinian lands to Israel.
    • change the legal status of any Palestinians.
    • prevent Palestinians from going about their lives.
    The security fence will not … The fence will not create permanent facts on the ground.
  • 9.
    • It’s mostly a chain-link fence
    • supported by high-tech and other intruder prevention systems
    And what is the security fence?
  • 10.  
  • 11.
    • More than 95% is a chain-link fence and not the concrete barrier usually shown on TV (and that only where a concrete structure is absolutely necessary).
    The security fence is a fence, not a “wall”.
  • 12.
    • The route was determined by security needs, as well as the local topographical conditions.
    • The route places a barrier in the path of terrorists, as the Palestinian leadership refuses to dismantle the terrorist infrastructure.
    • The final border will be determined by negotiations.
    Where will the security fence go?
  • 13.
    • The fence will go on public lands, wherever possible.
    • When private lands are used, they remain the property of the owners, who receive compensation for their use. Compensation is offered both in a lump sum and on a monthly basis.
    • Palestinian farmers will have access to their fields.
    Land Use
  • 14.
    • Dozens of crossing points have been set up to allow the free movement of people and goods.
    • Special gates will allow farmers to reach their fields.
    Humanitarian Needs
  • 15.
    • Most Palestinians will remain on the eastern side of the fence.
    • Every effort will be made to avoid causing hardship and interference with their daily lives.
    • The Palestinians will not be cut off from their commercial and urban centers.
  • 16.
    • There would have been no security fence had there been no terrorism which has killed hundreds of innocent victims.
    • Death caused by terrorism is permanent.
    • Inconvenience caused by the fence is temporary .
  • 17.
    • Saving lives must always come first!
    The right of Palestinians to freedom of movement cannot take precedence over the right of Israelis to live.