20 years on, the memory of the Second Intifada still lingers

JERUSALEM POST
The Second Intifada: A defining event that reshaped the nation
by Herb Keinon
September 17, 2020

The place names still send shivers up and down the spine. The police station in Ramallah; Jerusalem’s Gilo neighborhood; the Dolphinarium discotheque in Tel Aviv; the Sbarro Pizzeria and Cafe Moment in the capital; the Park Hotel in Netanya; Maxim Restaurant in Haifa. The names bring to mind some of the bloodiest atrocities committed by Palestinian terrorists during the Second Intifada that began 20 years ago this month, on September 28, 2000…For the most part it is the names of eateries, road junctions or markets – Mike’s Place, Megiddo Junction, the Carmel Market – that are associated with this period. READ MORE

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