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First Fellowship-Funded Drone Up and Running to Fight Terror

Efrat Drone (Photo: screen capture/jpost)

Thanks to our wonderful donors, Israel's Efrat settlement is now equipped with a security drone to protect against terror attacks in the community. This is just the first of hopefully several drones The Fellowship will provide to Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip who are particularly vulnerable to terror.

The Jerusalem Post explains how the drone works:

Efrat Council head Oded Revivi showed IFCJ founder and president Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein how the drone’s data can be easily seen on a screen.

Until now, the security team had to look around in the dark to find any possible terrorists in situations where “time is of the essence,” Revivi explained.

With better and faster information provided by the drone, the team has a better chance of finding infiltrators in advance of the army’s arrival, he said.

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