Former Shin Bet deputy: Jewish terrorism always boomerangs to Jews

Former Shin Bet deputy chief Yitzhak Ilan said that "Jewish terror eventually hits the Jews as if it was a boomerang" during a radio interview on Sunday.
Speaking with 103FM radio, Ilan said that [Palestinian] suicide-bombings only began after the Baruch Goldstein massacre at the Cave of the Patriarchs in 1994. 
"We are a state, not a terrorist group," he said, "if Arabs did it it's good for Shin Bet to prevent it and if they are Jews the Shin Bet is bad and there's a need to protest against it?" He asked rhetorically.
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