Many people now argue that al-Qaeda has fragmented over the years into a variety of separate movements that have little connection with one another, that there is no longer an obvious umbrella organisation and that it is now just a loose label for terror cells that seem to target the West. Yet I for one would be horrified if these groups were no longer perceived as terrorists and so, I am sure, would Israel. Yet they are seeking to use just that argument to say why Price Tag should not be perceived as a terror movement, that its perpetrators act on an idea rather than on the orders of a defined central command structure. Seems to be just another example of Israel wanting one rule for its own and another for everyone else.
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