Jeff MoskowitzApril 23, 2014 13:51
JERUSALEM — In the last year, fewer Israelis were killed by terrorist attacks than at any point since the outbreak of the Second Intifada. But as Palestinian terrorism has receded, bombings haven’t stopped. In fact they may be increasing. This time the perpetrators aren’t jihadists but rather much more technologically advanced organized crime groups. Israelis are discovering the drawbacks of a society where everyone serves in the army: a whole lot of citizens know how to use explosives.