Is the U.S.A

Target -- Again?

For Israelis abroad, a new state of siege has begun. Their embassy in Washington, the U.N. mission and consulates in nine U.S. cities were put under increased protection after two weeks of anti-Jewish bombings. In New York City an after-midnight caller to the FBI warned of possible car bombings at two Israeli offices. The city responded by increasing patrols around Israeli buildings and blocking entrances with concrete barriers and trucks loaded with sand.

More than 100 representatives of New York's Jewish community gathered at city hall for a security briefing. Senior police officers told them that "based on all the things...

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