January 27, 2014

Why 2014 Could Be Very Violent for Israel

Ron Ben-Yishai, Ynet News

The Associated Press

Following release of Shin Bet security data pertaining to terror attacks and defense in 2013, Ynet's Ron Ben-Yishai attributes security escalation to the Palestinian Authority's failing governance, suggests violence could grow worse.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Terrorism, Israel

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