Saturday, 19 May 2018

Israel Builds An Innovative ‘Missile Net’ On The Jordan Border Near The Red Sea To Defend Its New Airport In Ramon!!

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Israel Builds Innovative ‘Missile Net’ On Jordan Border Near Red Sea To Defend Its New Airport In Ramon

by Geoffrey Grider


Israel has built a unique 'missile net' to defend its new airport in Ramon, as part of a newly-completed segment of its eastern border barrier, a military official said Friday.

"And thou shalt say, I will go up to the land of unwalled villages; I will go to them that are at rest, that dwell safely, all of them dwelling without walls, and having neither bars nor gates, To take a spoil, and to take a prey; to turn thine hand upon the desolate places that are now inhabited, and upon the people that are gathered out of the nations, which have gotten cattle and goods, that dwell in the midst of the land." Ezekiel 38:11,12 (KJV)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Unhindered by the kind of Liberal Democrats that bog down the wheels of progress in America, Israeli PM Netanyahu has built a wall around his entire country to defend against missile attacks. This latest one in Ramon is actually a marvel of technology, as are most things the Israelis invent. Ezekiel 38 talks about Israel 'dwelling safely' in a land of 'unwalled villages', but that is talking about life in the Millennial Reign of King Jesus. Until then it will be walls as far as the eyes can see, and never ending 'wars and rumors of wars'.
The 21-mile fence runs along Israel's border with Jordan, beginning near the Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat and reaching the site of a new airport being constructed in the Timna Valley.
The fence, 20 feet high, is part of a broader strategy by Israel to surround itself by barriers, including at its southwestern border with Egypt, to prevent militants and migrants crossing the border illegally.
Part of the new segment is accompanied by a 26-metre 'net' developed specifically to protect the new Ramon airport.

The missile fence is designed to intercept projectiles and surface-to-surface missiles, the official told AFP.

Neighbouring Jordan is one of only two Arab states to have a peace treaty with Israel, but is home to some extremist sympathisers and a number of radical clerics.
The airport, some 19 kilometres north of Eilat, is expected to begin operation in late 2018 or early 2019 and boost tourism in the area. source

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