Mexico rebukes Israel over Netanyahu wall tweet

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Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has tweeted his support for President Donald Trump's plan to build a wall along the USA border with Mexico, hailing the proposal a "great idea".

Even after President Donald Trump's executive order to begin construction of a border wall with Mexico, the actual plans are still the subject of speculation. It stopped all illegal immigration. "Great success. Great idea", Netanyahu tweeted along with American and Israeli flag emojis.

"Mexico is a friend of Israel and should be treated as such by its Prime Minister", the ministry said.

Donald Trump announced this week that he had ordered the immediate construction of his promised wall along the United States border with Mexico.

THE Israeli PM has come out in favor of Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico, praising it as a "great idea".

Trump has forged ahead on the wall promise, despite Mexico refusing to pay the bill, as Trump said it would. Israel built the barrier - a combination of a fence, concrete wall and sophisticated sensors - in response to the massive wave of deadly Palestinian terrorism that hit the country during the Second Intifada at the start of the millennium, with suicide bombers traveling the short distances into Israel to carry out murderous attacks.

Those won't necessarily be new jobs - already-employed construction and manufacturing employees will inevitably take some of the work, he says. "That's not just politics, and yet it is good for the heart of the nation in a certain way because people want protection and a wall protects". "They were having a total disaster coming across, and they had a wall".

Israel announced earlier this month it had finished raising the height of an electronic fence along part of its border with Egypt to prevent illegal immigration.

He explained that barrier was built because Israel was facing problems from the influx of tens of thousands of African illegal immigrants through Egypt - mostly from Eritrea, Sudan, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast and Nigeria and seeking employment and asylum.

The President also signed executive orders to ban refugees from entering the U.S. and to rebuild the military.