the Fence

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palestinesolidarity on April 11, 2007

This is obviously a Wall, not a fence.

This section sits inside the West Bank, east of the Green Line, the cease-fire line from the 1948 war and the defacto border of a futre two-state settlement.

This does not sit in Jerusalem. The cities municipal boundaries were extended to maintain a Jewish majority in the city. This area is not historically part of Jerusalem.… on April 12, 2007

All it all it was all just bricks in the wall

Well, the wall is built for security reasons, to keep terrorist away from bombing Jerusalem And Tel Aviv

cybertoothcat on April 22, 2007

I am required to have a Fence around my swimming pool. My Fence is a stone Wall, designed to keep others OUT, not in. Thus Wall equals Fence. It is for security purposes.

felipe batisa da sil… on May 27, 2007

fotu de jeruzalem

shimshon on August 24, 2007

90% of the Security fence is actually a fence and not a wall - A wall was only built in areas where snipers could endanger the security of Israelis

OmegaKent on September 28, 2007

Hey, just happen to be surfin this site, I find myself ere' an I'm no expert in fences n' walls u understand, but from these pictures > it kinda looks likea WALL to me (and a pretty SOLID one @ that)

Caperosa on February 28, 2009

That is got to be a wall in order to protect the population from the terrorists. I think that the are should be returned to Israel who owns it since thousands of years ago. Take this people back to Jordan where they were given a piece f land by UN reslution a long time ago. Or take them to Edom land, aftr all they are Edom's descendants.

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