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Eye in the Sky: New Aerial Surveillance Systems and the Jerusalem Light Rail


The Jerusalem Light Rail is the first of several lines included in Jerusalem’s planned mass-transit system. The rail (also known as the Red Line) became fully operational in December 2011. Since then, its trams carry some 130,000 passengers a day, along a 13.8 kilometer route from West Jerusalem to the settlement of Pisgat Zeev in occupied East Jerusalem, crossing the Green Line and the Palestinian neighborhoods of Shuafat and Beit Hanina.

في صيانة نظام "بيزيل" حتّى نهاية العام 2015 HP سوف تستمرّ شركة

لشركة HP تعاقد مع وزارة الدّفاع الإسرائيليّة لصيانة نظام "بيزيل" للقياس الحيويّ (البيومتري) في حواجز الضّفة الغربيّة وغزّة حتّى نهاية العام 2015.

وبحسب الجواب الذي قدّمه وزير الدّفاع الإسرائيلي، ردًّا على استفسارٍ قدّمه مركز "من يربح" من باب حرّيّة المعلومات، فهنالك تعاقد مع شركة HP لصيانة نظام القياس الحيويّ في حواجز الضّفة الغربيّة وغزّة حتّى نهاية العام 2015.

Elbit Systems' Complicity in the Assault on Gaza 2014

Elbit Systems, is an Israeli based manufacturer of military, security and surveillance equipment known for its Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAVs and land weapons. Over the past decade Elbit systems has gained increasing revenue by selling its products to the Israeli Army.

Iron Dome and the Likes of Her / Hedva Isachar

On the sixth day of the “Pillar of Cloud” war, the report Losing Humanity: The Case Against Killer Robots was published. This is a first research of its kind conducted by Human Rights Watch and Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC). Its publication has opened an international campaign initiated by HRW for formulating an international treaty against development, production and use of fully autonomous weapons.