David Harris-Gershon

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In October, we spoke with David Harris-Gershon, whose wife, Jamie, was almost killed by a Palestinian bomber several years ago in Jerusalem. Others were killed.

Understanding the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife

In October, we spoke with David Harris-Gershon, whose wife, Jamie, was almost killed by a Palestinian bomber several years ago in Jerusalem. Others were killed.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In October, we spoke with David Harris-Gershon, whose wife, Jamie, was almost killed by a Palestinian bomber several years ago in Jerusalem. Others were killed.

Understanding the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife

In October, we spoke with David Harris-Gershon, whose wife, Jamie, was almost killed by a Palestinian bomber several years ago in Jerusalem. Others were killed.

from To the Point

When they lived in Jerusalem, David Harris-Gershon’s wife, Jamie, was nearly killed by a Palestinian bomber. Others died.

Attempting to Understand the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife

When they lived in Jerusalem, David Harris-Gershon’s wife, Jamie, was nearly killed by a Palestinian bomber. Others died.

from To the Point

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