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November 18, 2014 11:35 am

Israeli Public Security Minister Vows to Ease Gun Laws After Jerusalem Synagogue Terror Attack

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Times of Israel – Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch pledged to ease controls on carrying weapons for self-defense after a gruesome terrorist attack at a Jerusalem synagogue that left four dead Tuesday.

It was not clear exactly what new measures would be put in place, but it was reported that the move would apply to anyone licensed to carry a gun, such as private security guards and off-duty army officers.

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  • up in amo

    i thought everyone had an uzi with 10k round ready to go.

    whats with all that KRAV MAGA training. don`t it work ?

  • Jonah

    Ease controls! You should be handing out M16s at coffee shops. While Jewish mothers are dropping their children of at school…give them weapons. Hand out targets with Yasser Arafats picture on it.

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