Frontlines Podcast: Jerusalem's 'lone wolves'

Jerusalem reporter delves into what's behind the terror in the capital; political reporter discusses whether elections are on the way as coalition seems shakier than ever.

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November 20, 2014 20:09
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This week, a horrific terrorist attack at a Jerusalem synagogue left five dead. Like the deadly incidents in recent weeks, the attackers were "lone wolves," unaffiliated with any terrorist organization. Jerusalem reporter Daniel Eisenbud delves into what's behind the attacks, and what can be done about them.

Then, amid the chaos, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition seems shakier than ever. With the deadline for talks between the West and Iran just days away, can Israel can really afford such political uncertainty? Political reporter Gil Hoffman discusses whether elections are on the way.

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