Frontlines Podcast: How Israel's police defend against lone wolves

Israel Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld discusses how the police are tackling the threat posed by lone terrorists.

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January 22, 2015 17:21
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Police insight into the lone terrorist threat

Police insight into the lone terrorist threat

 
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This week Tel Aviv was hit by a terror attack on a bus at one of its busiest junctions, with a Palestinian terrorist from the West Bank stabbing twelve people, after entering Israel illegally. Israel has dealt with numerous knife attacks in recent months and the Israel Police spokesman says they were all committed by "lone wolves." He tells the Frontlines Podcast what measures the police are taking to tackle the threats posed by these kind of attacks.  

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