South mount Hebron security barrier completed

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August 2, 2017 18:30

 
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The barrier between Tarqumiyah and Meitar is now completed.

The Israeli Ministry of Defense has placed the last concrete walls in the barrier fence in South mount Hebron.

42 km long (137,795 feet), the barrier is meant to prevent terrorists and illegal residents from entering Israel. 


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