Half of Israelis think more can be done to fight Jewish terror

Almost half of Israelis (47 percent) think the security forces are not doing enough to combat Jewish terrorism, according to a new poll published by the Knesset Channel.

The poll, conducted by Panels, also finds that more than a third of Israelis (40%) think political considerations play a part in the way Jewish terrorism is handled in Israel.

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