In June 2001 a non-partisan public and civilian movement called Fence for life began a struggle for the construction of a continuous security fence between the Palestinian population centers and the Israeli population.  The movement was founded by people from all over Israel following the Dolphinarium terror attack.  The Dolphinarium Massacre was a suicide bombing carried out by a Hamas militant in a discotheque near the dolphinarium in Tel-Aviv, Israel on June 1, 2001. ...
The goal of the movement is to encourage the government to construct a security fence along Israel's borders. "Fence for Life" urged the government to build a continuous fence as speedily as possible (without any consideration of the political future of the areas separated by it) with the goal of sealing off the Palestinian territories from Israeli population centers, in order to prevent terrorist acts by Palestinians against people living in Israel.
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