'Biden visit to Israel may have triggered Palestinian stabbings'

By JPOST.COM STAFF, MAARIV ONLINE
March 9, 2016 00:38

 
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Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Israel may have served as the trigger for Palestinian assailants to commit attacks against Israelis on Tuesday, defense officials said.

Police said that after a situation assessment held by the senior police brass and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, they decided to increase their manpower and patrols across the country as a result of Tuesday’s attacks.

They added that they have not found any linkage between the three attacks and that they had no prior warnings.

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