israeli martial arts

Kapap teacher Avi Nardia draws on his life in Israel, his IDF training and his martial arts experience to offer this advice for combating terrorism as a society and an individual.

For the cover story of the February/March 2015 issue of Black Belt, the editors sent a list of questions to six self-defense and security experts from different backgrounds. Due to deadlines and space limitations, however, replies from only five of them could be included in the print edition of the magazine.

Because we thought it was important to present the point of view of an Israeli martial artist — a person who actually spent a good portion of his life living with terrorism — we saved his advice for our website.

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