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Bernard Kerik on Israeli Attacks: They Have 'Become the Norm'

Bernard Kerik on Israeli Attacks: They Have 'Become the Norm'
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By    |   Wednesday, 08 June 2016 06:35 PM EDT

The Tel Aviv assaults Wednesday that left four people dead and six wounded "unfortunately has become the norm" but "the Israeli people have proved resilient in getting through these types of attacks," former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Newsmax.

"My heart goes out to the Israeli people," Kerik, who commanded the city's force during 9/11, said in an interview. "This isn't the first. It won't be the last of attacks like this."

Police said that two Palestinian gunmen opened fire on customers in the Sarona Market complex in downtown Tel Aviv about 9:30 p.m. local time, killing four and wounding six. Both gunmen, one of whom was wounded by police, were arrested.

The attacks "clearly demonstrate the threats that they face and unfortunately for the United States it demonstrates the threats that we face as well, because it's the same men," Kerik said.

"It's the same people, this radical Islamic movement that despises the West, that have called for Israeli's demise.

"It's the same people," he told Newsmax. "This is something that shouldn't surprise anyone.

"It's unfortunate."

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The Tel Aviv assaults Wednesday that left four people dead and six wounded "unfortunately has become the norm" but "the Israeli people have proved resilient in getting through these types of attacks," former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Newsmax.
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