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Jerusalem Has All the Ingredients for a New Intifada - but So Far It Hasn't Happened

Anshel Pfeffer
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Laylat al-Qadr, one of the holiest nights of the year for Muslims, passed in Jerusalem with a little less violence than expected overnight Saturday – certainly when compared to the previous night, when over 200 were injured in serious clashes at Al Aqsa mosque and around Temple Mount, Damascus Gate and the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. On Saturday night, any clashes between the police and Palestinians were much shorter and self-contained.

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