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FYI: Other Nations With Security Barriers/Walls
« on: August 18, 2009, 07:20:11 AM »
It is such a shame Israel didn't place their barriers along the Eastern side of the Jordan AFTER liberating ALL of the Lands...  MUHAMMADANREIGN...

Botswana
In 2003, Botswanabegan building a 300-mile-long electric fence along its border with Zimbabwe

Brunei
Bruneiis building a security fence along its 20-kilometer border with Limbangto stop the flow of irregular migrants and smuggled goods.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong has a border stretching 32 km with the Shenzhen Special Economic Zoneof Guangdong that features fences, thermal image sensors, lights and closed-circuit television.

Macauhas been maintaining a 340-metre controlled border with Zhuhai Cityin Guangdong with a crossing available at the Border Gate(built in 1870).[1] The border crossing is equipped with 54 counters for travelers and 8 for vehicular traffic

Cyprus
Since 1974Turkeyhas constructed and maintains a 300 km (187 mile) separation barrier along the 1974 Green Line (or ceasefire line) dividing the Republic of Cyprusinto two parts, in violation of multiple United Nations Security Council Resolutions ; the de factoTurkish controlled northern one-third of the Republic and the remaining southern two-thirds of Cyprus to separate Turkish and Greek Cypriot populations.

Egypt
A security fence around the Egyptian town of Sharm el-Sheikwas constructed in response to a spate of terrorist attacks at the resort.

The Rafah Border Crossing (Arabic: معبر رفح‎, Hebrew: מעבר רפיח‎) is an international border crossing between Egyptian and Palestinian-controlled Rafah

India
Since the mid-1990s, India has been involved in the construction of some of the lengthiest separation barriers along its international borders. Six of the nine countries neighboring India are classified as Least Developed Countries . As a consequence, thousands of people from these countries, especially from Bangladesh, Nepaland Burma, illegally immigrate into India.

The Indo-Bangladeshi barrierand Indo-Burma barrierare being built to check smuggling, illegal immigration and possible infiltration by terrorists.

Iran
    * Iran-Pakistan barrier

Korea
South Korea has constructed a separation barrier between its territory and North Korea to obstruct any southward movement by the army of North Korea. The border features:

Morocco
Morocco has constructed a separation barrier in Western Sahara to keep the guerrilla fighters of Polisario out.

Northern Ireland
In Belfast, Derry and other settlements in Northern Ireland, barriers have been built to separate the nationalist and unionist communities.

Pakistan
In September 2005, Pakistan stated it has plans to build a 1,500-mile fence along its border with Afghanistan to prevent Islamic insurgents and drug smugglers slipping between the two countries. Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has subsequently offered to mine the border as well
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Re: FYI: Other Nations With Security Barriers/Walls
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2009, 09:41:22 AM »
Good Find. I will use this the next time someone is whining about Israel's fence.

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Re: FYI: Other Nations With Security Barriers/Walls
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2009, 01:05:58 PM »
No worries...most welcome
"‘Vehorashtem/Numbers 33:53’: When you burn out the Land’s inhabitants, you will merit to bestow upon your children the Land as an inheritance. If you do not burn them out, then even if you conquer the Land, you will not merit to allot it to your children as an inheritance." - Ovadiah ben Yacov Sforno; Italian Rabbi, Biblical Commentator, Philosopher and Physician.  1475-1550.