Israel is to build a “super concrete wall” around the Gaza Strip which will extend dozens of feet over and underground, the Jewish state has announced.
At the same time, all major US Jewish organizations—which fanatically support Israel—have opposed Donald Trump’s plans to build a wall on the US-Mexican border.
According to a report in Israel’s Ynet News, Israel’s defense establishment plans to build a concrete wall “tens of meters underground as well as aboveground along the Gaza Strip border.”
It has previously been estimated that such a project would cost tens of billions of shekels. However, under the new plan the construction costs are estimated to reach NIS 2.2 billion, Ynet News said.
Doubtless this will come from the US$11 million per day that the American government gives in “aid” to the Jewish state.
The wall will stretch along the 60 miles of the southern border around the Gaza Strip, and will in fact be the third defense system of its kind that Israel has built along the border.
The first 60-kilometer barrier was constructed in 1994 following the Oslo accords while the second system was built following the decision to disengage from Gaza in 2005.
In a parallel effort, the IDF is currently erecting a wall around sections of the border with Lebanon, adjacent to which a number of Israeli towns are located.
At present, a fence already exists along the border, but the wall is intended to make an infiltration even more difficult.
* At the same time, all of the US’s formal Jewish organizations, which support Israel, have condemned Donald Trump as “divisive” and “racist” for daring to suggest that America build a wall with Mexico in order to keep infiltrators out of the US.
The extremist Jewish agitator organization, the Anti-Defamation League, for example, announced that a wall with Mexico would be “impractical and very likely ineffective.”
Describing plans to build a wall with Mexico as a “myth,” the ADL said, “From the Great Wall of China to the Berlin Wall, history shows us that people find ways to cross walls.
“As long as there is poverty and suffering in other parts of the world, people will continue to come to the US to seek a better life, no matter how big a wall we build.”
This Jewish opposition to a wall does not seems to apply to the ADL-supported state of Israel. Once again, it is one set of rules for Jews, and another for Gentiles.