The Red Wolf: Unveiling Automated Apartheid and Violations of Human Rights in Palestine
In Hebron and East Bayt al-Muqaddas [Jerusalem], the Arab citizens have become accustomed to the constant surveillance carried out by these digital eyes. Surveillance cameras positioned on every street corner keep a watchful eye on the Palestinian population. For nearly a year, the Zionist regime has been utilising facial recognition technology known as Red Wolf. This advanced technology, powered by artificial intelligence, identifies and records the faces of Palestinians at various checkpoints, instituting a new method of automated control. Amnesty International, in an extensive 80-page report, has labelled this practise by the Zionists as automated apartheid. It involves scanning individuals' faces without their consent and storing their personal information in large databases. Consequently, every movement made by Palestinians is meticulously monitored and controlled, all without their knowledge. With the presence of one to two cameras every five metres, Palestinians have become the most watched population in the world. Amnesty International strongly condemns the Red Wolf system, viewing it as a means of institutionalising cruelty and a flagrant violation of human rights.