Occupied Jerusalem, MINA – A set of listening devices is about to be installed by the Israeli occupation forces across Occupied Jerusalem to alert police of “unexpected events.”
Sound detectors will be first fixed in Occupied Jerusalem to test their efficiency in notifying of unexpected events, particularly anti-occupation operations.
The Israeli Ministry of Internal Security received the approbation of the legal adviser to activate the spying installations, PIC reported.
The devices will enable the Israeli police to track sounds of events as they appear, moment by moment.
For the Palestinians such a move means an invasion of their privacy in streets and public places.
Israel’s Interior Security Minister Gilad Erdan claimed the devices would shore up the safety of Israeli settlers and prevent projected violence.(R/R04/RS5)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)