Project Spotlight: Security Drones

Project Spotlight: Security Drones

Credit:(Photo: Olivier Fitoussi)

With the support of our donors, The Fellowship donated a surveillance drone to the West Bank community of Efrat. This is one of several drones The Fellowship has committed to funding, with additional cities requesting their own. The drone will allow security officials to monitor the area and alert the Israel Defense Forces and security officials in real time, should any terrorist try to infiltrate the community, reducing the response time to potential security threats.

As terror attacks continue to happen throughout the Holy Land, our donors’ support of security needs in Israel is vital to saving innocent lives. Security drones empower IDF soldiers to take action right away, protecting the lives of so many Israelis.

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