Security / Israeli Supplemental Defense

Under a two-state solution, Israel could continue to exercise a number of options for protecting itself, by itself.

Israel would still have its elite security apparatus operating at full capacity -- including military, intelligence agencies, and police forces. 

 

Israel’s security barrier has been effective in preventing terrorist infiltration but remains unfinished. Israel could complete the barrier to defend its new internationally-recognized borders.

 

Anti-tunneling technology would also enable Israel to prevent infiltration. On the Gaza border, Israel has already constructed miles of an underground wall to detect and destroy tunnels. 

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