Calm is "Fragile, Imaginary"

(Jerusalem Post) Margot Dudkevitch - Israeli security officials said Thursday that the situation can, at best, be described as a "fragile, imaginary calm." The security establishment registered 50 warnings of terrorists planning to launch attacks, proving their motivation remains high. "The situation is explosive and could blow up in Abu Mazen's face if the terrorists use the current period to strengthen their capability, build bombs, and manufacture rockets to be used against us," an official warned. "While the number of attacks may have lessened, terror continues."

2005-02-04 00:00:00

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