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June 27, 2003 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-27

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ISRAEL

from page 17

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This portion of the security wall will
help separate the Palestinian city of
Kalkilya and the Israeli town of Kfar
Saba.

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erly patrolled and maintained," he
said.
The fence's failure to save the life of
last week's young casualty is not due to
faulty construction, but to the fact
that the fence is not yet complete,
Mashiach said. The day after the
attack, the sewage tunnel under the
fence near Kalkilya still had not been
fitted with electronic monitoring sys-
tems. There were no soldiers posted in
the guardhouses set up every 500
yards along the 1,300-yard wall. Army
patrols were sporadic.
The fence is slated for completion in
early July, according to Mashiach,
though he wouldn't be surprised if it
was "a few days" late.
Kalkilya, along with several other
Palestinian cities that straddle the
fence line, are especially problematic,
said Itzhak Ron, the security officer in
charge of protecting the residents of
the Southern Sharon Regional
Council, which abuts Kalkilya. The
Palestinian city looms on a hill barely
800 yards from the eastern edge of the
Israeli city of Kfar Saba. Separating the
two cities is difficult, Ron said,
because for years workers from the
West Bank city have been dependent
on jobs in Israel. Even the Palestinian
water, sewage and electrical grids are
connected to those on the Israeli side.
"We never promised that this would
provide 100 percent security, because
nothing can," Mashiach said. "This is
the reality in which we live."

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In "Guru of Healing" (June 20,
page 49), the freelance writer's
byline should have been Wensdy
White.

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