Preoccupied With Iran and Gaza, Israel Shouldn't Ignore Dramatic Shift in West Bank

Hamas continues to play its double game: preserving the quiet in the Gaza Strip, while increasingly encouraging 'individual attacks' in Jerusalem and the West Bank

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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Israel this week raised the pace and intensity of its messages to Iran, the United States and the international community ahead of the renewal of the nuclear talks in Vienna next week. In the light of Iran’s objections, the United States will not be directly represented in the talks, whose participants will be China, Russia, Britain, Germany and France. But the U.S. Special Representative to Iran, Robert Malley, will be in Vienna to follow the talks. Israel, which is not a party to the agreement, as Prime Minister Naftali Bennett noted this week, is not invited.

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