I'd suggest you try to learn something about Popper before you choose to bandy his name about. From a Popperian perspective, the question would be if the statement is falsifiable, not if it is verifiable. It clearly is falsifiable (please don't confuse this with false). You completely misunderstand Popper and incorrectly believe that he has an inductive, verificationist methodology. In fact it was his explicit purpose to propose an alternative to an inductive methodology. Try getting to first base with your understanding and knowledge before you reply.
Law expanding definition of terrorist activity passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)
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