Why Isn't Israel Included At All?
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Submitted by Liz, Mar 30, 2016 21:32

Perhaps ITP has some insight on why Israel isn't included in this analysis. Does www.start.umd.edu research, analyze or monitor terrorism against Israelis?

To my best recollection, the Executive Branch never includes Israel when it discusses terrorism. I can't recall a president ever having made a speech, or offered remarks, on the subject of terrorism and included Israel among the countries most affected by it. In fact, I've always wondered if it would be possible to research presidential speeches to confirm my belief that anti-Israel terror is always treated as if it doesn't belong in the same discussion of terror elsewhere on the planet.


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