Monday, November 24, 2008

Jews for Jesus

Israeli company gets a key to the kingdom:

Israeli technology will be securing Vatican City, Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on Thursday.

Herzliya-based intelligent video appliances company ioimage has been selected to secure sensitive areas of the Pope's state.

The contract includes the placement of smart cameras along a 60-kilometer (37.3 mile) perimeter of sensitive areas, including entry and exit gates and the wall surrounding the Vatican.

Sources in the security market estimate the deal to be valued at some $4-$5 million.

Of course. Who else could be entrusted with Jesus's reputation and treasures?

Isn't there something so ironic about this information that it almost defeats verbalization?


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