Book Review: A search for justice

A New Jersey newspaper columnist’s book takes a personal look at the bombing of a commuter bus in Jerusalem on February 25, 1996 and the larger forces behind the terrorist phenomenon.

October 7, 2014 13:08
Damascus Gate

Mike Kelly in front of Damascus Gate while researching his book.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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He didn’t look like a killer.

“No. Not this squat, stocky man with the hook nose, the nervous smile and the brown eyes that darted across the prison meeting room, sizing up the metal chairs, the wooden table, the prison guards and, finally, me.


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