Israel Initiates Construction of “Security Fence” along the Occupied Palestine-Jordan Border

In-depth Report:

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Sunday morning started the construction of a security fence along the Occupied Palestine-Jordan borders.

According to the Israeli public radio, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and war minister Moshe Ya’alon are expected to announce, in the course of the weekly cabinet meeting, the launch of the construction project near the borders with Jordan

The first 30-kilometer stretch of the separation fence is set to run from Eilat to the outskirts of the new airport.

Occupied Palestine shares a border of 360 kilometers with Jordan.

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