Are these lone wolf attacks?

A Channel 2 analyst says the near synchronicity of attacks in Jerusalem, as well as the fact that the attack in Armon Hanatziv was perpetrated by a two-man team armed with a gun and a knife should “raise a red flag” regarding the existence of a guiding hand directing the attack.

Until now, security officials are refusing to define a wave of terror attacks as an intifada [Arabic for uprising], citing the lack of a guiding force directing the terrorists.

The simultaneous attacks in Jerusalem are also straining for emergency health services and the police.

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