Yediot Ahronot asserts that, "Those who glory in 'price-tag' threats know in advance, and from experience, that they will not pay any price for their actions," and contends that the Government's reluctance to deal with the so-called "hilltop youth", "is turning them into a time bomb." The author believes that, 'These birds will not be deterred by a scarecrow in uniform. Jewish lawbreakers in the territories must be defined as what they are – security threats of the highest order – and dealt with by means that fit the definition."
I fully agree that "hilltop youth", as imprecise a term as it is, and the "price tag" policy are all wrong, negative and unhelpful.
However, the term "security threat" used by leftwinger Gevirtz is very precisie in that it is used to define them as basically terrorists for that is the Hebrtew-language connotation today.
That cannot be tolerated.