Inside the War on Hamas

(TIME) Romesh Ratnesar - The number of alerts of possible terrorism attacks inside Israel climbed last week to 40 a day, up from an average of 15 a day in August. Israeli commanders in the West Bank say they have taken steps to seize the offensive. A senior Israeli intelligence official says security forces have widened the focus of their raids from "ticking time bombs" - the suicide bombers - to the entire "ticking infrastructure," including the strategists, bombmakers, and paymasters.

2003-09-16 00:00:00

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