Israel’s Borders with the PalestiniansPoster Home
A Protective Barrier prevents extremist suicide attackers from West Bank and Gaza from entering Israel. The Jordan River, neither deep nor wide, forms a peaceful border between the moderate states of Israel and Jordan. Since Israel and Jordan (Palestinian majority) signed a peace treaty in 1994, the border has been quiet. When moderate Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza lead their neighbors to a true peace with Israel, the protective barrier will be redundant. Israelis have enjoyed peace with Jordan’s Palestinians for more than 12 years.