An Israeli man, who spends his days driving his car through the streets of the settlement of Beit Hanina, has been making noise and harassing passersby for years.
On the other side of the fence, the owner of a nearby shop has been dealing with the issue for years, and is not too happy about it.
But as his neighbors grow more frustrated, he is now trying to fix it by using an illegal technology that requires a lot of energy and money to get going.
And it’s working.
Now, he has installed a new sound barrier that is supposed to be the world’s largest, with a sound barrier installed in the middle of a residential street.
The barrier measures roughly 3 meters (10 feet) high, and weighs about 60 tons.
But for years the man has been working to make it bigger.
He started by installing a small, flat panel of wood to cover the front of the barrier, and a metal panel on the side to stop the sound from going through.
The wood and metal are meant to be put together in one piece, but when it comes time to install the sound barrier, they have to be bolted together.
The sound barrier is part of a program to create a permanent barrier between the two communities.
In exchange, the settlers will receive a piece of land in the center of the block.
But the Israeli government, which owns the land, has said it will not pay to have the land moved.
After months of discussions, the government has finally agreed to let the settlers move the property, and the plan is to put a permanent wall on the property.
The wall will be about 2 meters high and 50 centimeters wide, and it will be built with concrete.
The settlers will be allowed to stay on the land until a deal is reached.
The settlers, who have spent months working on the project, say they are happy to finally be moving forward.
But they say they have been told the new plan is too expensive.