Since 1997, the Kyl-Bingaman Amendment (KBA) to the 1997 U.S. National Defense Authorization Act has limited the availability of high-resolution satellite imagery over Israel and Palestine. Although this law only applies to the United States of America, as this country dominates the commercial market for satellite imagery, its impact is global.Even scientists that haven't been subject to a shekel storm call for removing the blurring from these photos.
Scientists call for 'open-skies' imagery policy over Israel and PalestineTo be able to commit crimes in broad daylight without being seen, due to the cameras being rigged, is the wet dream of thugs, criminals, thieves, gangsters, murderers and rapists around the world, including Israel, but I'm repeating myself.
The current KBA Amendment limits the resolution of U.S - produced imagery for Israel to c.2m, which is relatively blurry and means that features smaller than this are not detectable from aerial footage. As a result, the satellite images available on platforms such as Google Earth, of both Israel and Palestine, are of poor quality, significantly restricting the scientific research opportunities in these areas.
Israel doesn't want anyone to see when they shoot Palestinian kids in the head, or when some crazed Hasidic land thief runs over some West Bank indigenous Palestinian. Nor do they want you to see the raving loony pseudo-Jews chop down the Palestinian olive trees, or turn human sewage pipes onto Palestinian land, or tear down Palestinians schools. Why that might wake the Goyim up and make them realize that it's the
They definitely don't want Americans to see this:
The Google link is below if you want to check for yourself.
Hey, here's an idea! Why not use DNA to find out who's really been living in Palestine for the last 5,000 years?