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Israeli Youth Cope with Terror: Vulnerability and Resilience
Israeli youth cope with terror: Vulnerability and resilience

Since September 2001, the long Israeli-Palestinian conflict has taken an increasingly bloody turn with the armed Palestinian uprising called the El-Aqsa Intifada. This uprising-become-war has been fought in populated areas, largely against civilians. In areas of Israel within the internationally accepted 1967 borders, suicide bombers have exploded themselves in buses and bus stops, restaurants and shopping malls, discotheques, wedding halls, and other crowded places. In the disputed areas beyond the 1967 line, Israelis have been murdered in their homes or shot as they drove on the roads. Since the violence began, hundreds of Israelis have been killed and thousands injured, some permanently disabled. All segments of the Israeli population, have ...

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