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Ex-Shin Bet chief: Far-right threat today is 'worse than before Rabin's murder' | The Times of Israel

26.12.15

Ex-Shin Bet chief: Far-right threat today is 'worse than before Rabin's murder' | The Times of Israel: “We’re at a worse point than before the assassination of Rabin,” said Carmi Gillon, who headed the agency when Rabin was murdered, in a Channel 2 interview on Friday night.

Gillon said that far-right extremists such as those currently in detention for their suspected involvement in the Duma firebombing in July are “a professional underground in every regard.” Three members of the Dawabsha family died in the July 31 terror attack; only one boy, Ahmed, now 5, survived but suffered severe burns.


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