Frontlines Podcast: Is there a 'silent intifada' in Jerusalem?

In this week's podcast, JPost's Jerusalem reporter describes the capital as a "ground zero for silent intifada"; political correspondent says early elections chatter is a tempest in a teapot.

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October 23, 2014 16:52
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Is there a ''silent intifada" in Jerusalem?

Is there a ''silent intifada" in Jerusalem?

 
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Jerusalem is reeling from Wednesday night's terror attack which killed a three-month old baby and wounded seven others. In this week's Frontlines Podcast, The Jerusalem Post's Jerusalem reporter Daniel Eisenbud discusses how police, MKs and other officials are trying to tackle the simmering violence in Jerusalem, which has been labelled by some as a "silent intifada."

Then, the Post's chief political correspondent Gil Hoffman addresses speculation this week about the possibility of early general elections due to glaring gaps between the various parties in the coalition. 

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