The tunnel is at a depth of 26-28 meters, and the IDF still doesn't know its channel, except for the fact that it starts in Gaza and ends in the southern part of the Gaza border region on the Israeli side.13:14 05.05.16 | 0 comments
Unless we plan to occupy the territories forever, we will eventually have to make some move to protect our single international airport - anyone who remembers the first Gulf War can tell you missile interceptor systems aren't infallible. Indeed, as the author suggests, the need to guarantee the safety of this site - less than 12 km from the West Bank - is a significant problem in the peace process. We should review our options carefully, and select a site for the airport that is defensible both from small rocket fire from the borders, and from a co-ordinated attack by our neighbors. And then, regardless of the cost, start the move. While shifting the airport's location may be expensive, the alternative - security through occupation - is far less worthwhile.