Thousands Were Crammed Into a Narrow Corridor. A Senior Engineer Okayed Mount Meron's Celebrations the Previous Day

Josh Breiner
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From where Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received his briefing Friday morning on the disastrous Lag Ba'omer stampede on Mount Meron, it was impossible to fathom how the site really looked. Temporary structures, staircases and bridges looked as if they had been built without any planning – that’s how the site of the largest civil disaster in Israel’s history can be described.

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