US Homeland Secretary Nielsen tours Israel’s security border fences

US Homeland Security Secretary Kirsjen Nielsen conducted a tour Tuesday of Israel’s security barrier with Egyptian Sinai and is border fence with the Gaza Strip. The US has shown an interest in Israel’s border barriers in respect of the Trump administration’s plan for a wall along the Mexican border.,
On Monday, a meeting between Secretary Nielsen and Israel’s Security Minister Gilad Erdan was the first high-ranking official inter-government event to take place at the US embassy since its relocation to Jerusalem. Nielsen will attend an International Ministerial Forum for Combating Terrorism which takes place in Jerusalem on Wednesday.

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3 thoughts on “US Homeland Secretary Nielsen tours Israel’s security border fences

  • Jun 12, 2018 @ 23:49 at 23:49
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    The fences are strong but it is important to use the right hardened steel in order to repell wire cutters

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  • Jun 13, 2018 @ 7:21 at 7:21
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    Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been quizzed by the police on Tuesday in his official residence in Jerusalem, in a criminal investigation into his involvement in a telecom corruption case. New testimony, presented by his former confidant Nir Hefetz in the so-called Case 4000, reveals that from 2014 to 2017 Netanyahu had allegedly used his former position of communications minister to have Walla!, a news site run by Bezeq communications giant, provide favorable coverage of him and his wife Sara.

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    • Jun 13, 2018 @ 10:44 at 10:44
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      If this is to disclaim Benjamin from the Israeli Government, then tell us what influence he wielded according to Mr Nir Hefetz!

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