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The Israeli Company That Fenced in Gaza is bidding to get the Trump’s wall

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The Israeli company that built Israel’s border fence is making a play this week to construct U.S. President Donald Trump’s wall with Mexico.

In 2017, The Trump administration has awarded an Israeli military contractors commissioned to expand the wall at the United States’ southern border.

Israel Aerospace Industries subsidiary, Elta North America, has been awarded a contract worth up to $500,000 to build prototypes for the wall on the Mexico/U.S. border, while the U.S. subsidiary of the Israeli security and surveillance company Elbit Systems has received its third contract to build the U.S. border wall and to militarize the border area.

In 2014, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Elbit Systems a $145 million contract to erect and maintain surveillance towers along the Arizona/Sonora (Mexico) border. Already in 2006, Elbit had been subcontracted by Boeing to provide cameras and radar systems for the DHS’s Strategic Border Initiative. Earlier this month, Elbit announced a contract to deliver even more radar and surveillance towers to militarize the Mexico-US border area, boasting it offers “field proven architecture” tested on Palestinians.

Other Israeli companies such as Magal Security Systems are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to profit from the expansion of the U.S./Mexico border wall.

Israeli military and technology companies are exporting their expertise, acquired by illegally constructing Israel’s apartheid wall on occupied Palestinian land, and are now keen to also profit from repressing migrants at the U.S. border. By awarding contracts to these Israeli corporations and their subsidiaries, DHS is continuing a long history of the U.S. and Israel exchanging the worst repressive practices.

The U.S.-based unit of Magal Security Systems Ltd. presented at a January 31 conference on border security attended by officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The company, whose shares have risen almost 50% since Trump’s election, showcased a fiber-optic fencing system that it says is used in airports and seaports around the world. The company also built Israel’s border fence with Gaza and the West Bank.

“We have the right product and we have the experience in Israel that helps in showcasing our product,” Magal’s Chief Executive Officer Saar Koursh said.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu boasted about the fence’s effectiveness in a subsequent tweet

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