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School trips in south canceled due to terror alerts

View of the Israeli-Egyptian border next to the southern city of Eilat.  The Israeli parliament decided in 2010 to build a fence along Israel's border with Egypt to prevent the infiltration of terrorists, smugglers and illegal inmigrants from Africa.

View of the Israeli-Egyptian border next to the southern city of Eilat. The Israeli parliament decided in 2010 to build a fence along Israel's border with Egypt to prevent the infiltration of terrorists, smugglers and illegal inmigrants from Africa.
Photo Credit: Matanya Tausig / Flash 90

The Ministry of Education has cancelled all school trips south of Highway 12 which runs along the Israel-Egypt border. The IDF believes there is a strong possibility of a terror attack in that area emanating from the Sinai.

 

The IDF is concerned of either a Palestinian or Egyptian attack with the objective of kidnapping or killing Israelis hiking the area, with the ultimate goal of harming what’s left of Israeli-Egyptian relations.

 

On August 18th a terror attack from the Sinai killed 8 Israelis.

 

Due to the growing terror threat from Egypt, the IDF has established a new combat brigade in the Eilat area and is working to complete the fence dividing the two countries.

 

School trips will still continue with the city of Eilat itself.

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