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After Palestinian baby’s death, Israelis say condemnation not enough

After Palestinian baby’s death, Israelis say condemnation not enough

A string of violent attacks has prompted a broad spectrum of Israelis to call for more aggressive action against Jewish terrorism.

Some of the participants mourning at a Jerusalem vigil for Shira Banki, the teenager who died three days after being stabbed at the Jerusalem gay pride parade, Aug. 2, 2015. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Memorial held for teen killed in gay pride parade stabbing

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visiting a West Bank Palestinian family in the hospital after an arson attack killed its infant son, July 31, 2015. (Flash90)

Jewish terror draws Netanyahu’s focus homeward

Workers prepare the stage before for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee 2015 Policy Conference. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

White House briefing of AIPAC activists ends in communication breakdown

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