After unity and then calls for revenge, Israelis look inward for answers

Kampeas, Ron
July 2014
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;7/ 8/2014, p1
WASHINGTON (JTA) -- For many Israelis, eyes are turning south watching yet another conflict unfold with Hamas. Yet thoughts are also turned inward, contemplating the sense of national solidarity occasioned by the abduction and murder of three teenagers and then shattered by the murder of a fourth.


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