Rainbow Report / Reconsidering a Tragedy on the Eve of Tel Aviv Pride

For the past four years, the Bar Noar shooting has been a rallying cry for the Israeli gay community, a symbol of the hate it still faces. What if that turns out not to be the case?

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On August 1, 2009, a masked man walked into the Bar Noar, a small meeting place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teenagers, and opened fire, killing two. The shooting rattled a community that had...