R. Scott Purdy On The Jerusalem Wall

He commented on this piece:

I visited portions of the fence-line a few weeks ago. A very few select sections of the fence-line were solid wall. Each of the walled sections of the fence-line I visited was adjacent to a Jewish residential community. The buildings in these Jewish residential communities were marked with recent bullet holes – from sniper fire – from snipers firing from locations formerly behind fence – locations now behind wall. The wall inhibited the snipers’ ability to target children walking to school along the streets of the Jewish residential community.
I wondered – were people firing at the children in my residential community, would my community’s response be to erect a wall, or would our response be less benign?

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