But because this is the Trump administration, another group of attacks was also omitted:
No attacks in Israel were included on a list of 78 “underreported” terrorist attacks released by the White House....No, it's not hard to explain. The Trump White House always thinks it's a good idea to dog-whistle in the direction of alt-right anti-Semites. That's strange -- this White House could choose to appeal to old-school Fox-watching right-wingers, who love to regard themselves as Israel's greatest defenders. But Trump's brain trust, or at least certain members of it, don't care about that. They'd rather deal out little anti-Semitic snubs (e.g., the omission of Jews from Trump's Holocaust Remembrance Day statement), just because.
Attacks in Israel were omitted from the list, though over 350 terrorist attacks -- including stabbings, shootings, vehicular ramming attacks and a bus bombing -- have taken place since Sept. 13, 2015, according to a report released last month by Israel’s Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Daniel Shapiro, the former U.S. ambassador to Israel, wrote on Twitter that the omission of attacks in Israel “is really hard to explain,” adding that several attacks “were genuinely underreported.”