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"Three terrorists who tried to machine gun the crowd were able to kill only one victim before being shot down by handgun-armed Israelis. When presented to the press the next day, the surviving terrorist bitterly explained that his group had not realized that Israeli civilians were armed. The terrorists had planned to machine-gun a succession of crowded spots..."
- "Guns, Murders and the Constitution", Don B. Kates, Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, Feb., 1990, p. 44. also "The Economist" magazine, April 7, 1984, p. 34.

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