Just because buses aren't being blown up on the daily in Jerusalem does not mean that Palestinian terrorists have stopped their disgusting killing sprees in Israel. CNN and The Associated Press frequently point out that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not as violent as it was just 5 years ago, but I beg to differ. In March 2011, two masked Palestinian terrorists snuck into Rabbi Udi Fogel's home in the Itamar settlement of Israel's West Bank. While Udi and his three-month-old baby Hadas lay asleep in bed, the terrorists slit their throats. When Udi's wife Ruth came out of the bathroom, she too was murdered. Next, these cowardly Palestinian terrorists went into the shared bedroom of Yoav (age 11) and Elad (age 4) and stabbed both directly in the heart as they slept. Perhaps the most effected victim was 12-year old daugther Tamar, who returned home from a youth-movement activity two hours after the crime took place to discover her parent's and sibling's bloodied bodies. We don't hear about disgusting crimes like this in America. The only things we hear about are bombings in the major cities. There are still men lurking in the dark, killing families as they sleep, and setting the peace process back years. Slashing open necks and piercing hearts, on purpose, over many minutes, is more sinister and deranged, more direct and personal, than shooting from afar or even self-detonating. The Israeli government is genuinely working hard on peace negotiations with Palestine, but Israel cannot be expected to talk peace when its citizens are under threat of terror attacks such as this.