July 11, 2014

Next Generation of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Jeff Moskowitz, The Atlantic

The Associated Press

In recent weeks, the all-too-common elements of Israeli-Palestinian violence—rocks, rockets, and rubber bullets, Molotov cocktails and missile strikes—have included more unusual tactics: kidnappings and murders, remarkable not only for their viciousness but also for the youth of the victims and perpetrators.

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