Analysis The Ticking Time Bomb That Could Upend Israel's Election

The Israeli government’s move to withhold 500 million shekels ($140 million) from tax revenues it collects for the Palestinian Authority may be good politics, but It can lead to war

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Beneath the surface there’s a ticking bomb that could upend the entire election campaign, even though it has nothing to do with the investigations of the prime minister or the union of the centrist parties.