It’s a very big deal in Israel that most Israelis who leave their homes are never heard from again.
But a new program from Israel’s national security agency is designed to help lock doors safely, in case of an attack, and to protect citizens from terrorists.
The initiative is part of a broader campaign by the state to combat terrorism, particularly among young people, who have become more radicalized over the past few years.
The program is aimed at increasing security at the doors of homes in Israel, as well as in the country’s large Jewish communities.
The idea behind the program is to provide security for Jewish Israelis, especially in large Jewish neighborhoods, by keeping them away from their homes and away from places where they are most vulnerable, according to Avi Golan, director of the security department’s Department of Security, and an adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In order to achieve this, Golan said, the agency has developed a new type of door lock called a door master security.
It works by deploying specially designed metal doors, installed by the national security authority and approved by the Interior Ministry.
These doors are equipped with video cameras and microphones, which are installed in rooms with special locks.
When the doors are opened, the camera footage recorded by the cameras will be used to create a computerized map of the room, which will be displayed on a digital display and can be accessed by anyone.
The goal is to ensure that when someone opens a door, it will be secured in a safe manner, Ginoan said.
To be sure, the doors can only be opened by an authorized person, and there is a strict code of conduct that requires residents to follow the rules.
But the program also includes measures to protect other residents, like by creating “secure zones” inside homes to separate people from their belongings and by setting up security cameras at the entrances to houses, he said.
In the case of a terrorist attempt, Ganoan said, security officials will “make sure the door is unlocked so that the attackers do not enter.”
Security officers will not enter homes without a warrant, Gioan added.
If an incident does occur, the police will “do everything possible to protect the citizens,” including using security cameras to “identify and eliminate any threats,” Ginoant said.
If there are not enough guards to maintain a safe environment, Gionan said that security personnel will use “smart cameras and other technologies” to track down any suspicious activity.
“If there is no surveillance cameras, we will make use of other measures,” he said, referring to the use of cameras inside homes.