It is not difficult to acknowledge that terrorism issues have special relevance to the state of Israel. Given the country’s unique origins and geopolitical development, terrorism and counterterrorism have moved all aspects of Israeli society as in no other place in the world. The policing of terrorism in Israel, therefore, presents a special case in the world of counterterrorism. For it can be expected that the nature and development of the state of Israel have brought about strong political characteristics of counterterrorist police work that stand out among comparable law enforcement organizations in other industrialized democratic states.