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Israeli Border Police to Get New Anti-Stabbing Protection

Israeli police (Photo: twitter/MickyRosenfeld)

Stabbing attacks have once again been on the rise in the Holy Land. And with this uptick in these dastardly terrorist attacks, Arutz Sheva's Shai Landesman reports that troops with Israel's Border Police will be issued new gear that will better protect them:

Troops stationed in "hot" areas, namely, Jerusalem and Judea & Samaria, will be issued the knife-proof gear.

The security establishment has already issued such equipment to hundreds of policemen and Border Police troops, this in order to provide greater protection for those operating in areas where there is a greater degree of contact with the Arab and/or Palestinian population.

In parallel, efforts are being undertaken to develop new types of equipment that will provide maximum protection while hindering the troops' freedom of movement as little as possible...

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