'Collect the Guns': Arab Israeli Hometown of ISIS Terrorists Pleads for Help

The Islamist terrorists who killed a pair of Border Police officers in Hadera last month hailed from nearby Umm al-Fahm. Residents of the Arab city say government inaction against raging crime contributed to the tragedy

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David Green
David B. Green
David Green
David B. Green

Jews who grew up in the Diaspora may remember a time when, after hearing about a tragedy – an assassination, say, or a financial pyramid scheme that robbed its victims of their savings – their parents would anxiously wonder aloud whether the perpetrator was a Jew. It’s not that they were indifferent to the victims. But centuries of persecution had left Jews around the world hardwired to anticipate the implications of being blamed collectively for crimes carried out by their coreligionists.

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