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'War Tomorrow': How Israel Is Preparing for a West Bank Conflict

However, one former Israeli army official says the real risk is not an armed conflict but the growing reality of one state for two peoples

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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The events of the past two weeks – tensions in Sheikh Jarrah and the increase in the number of Palestinians killed in clashes with the army – have strengthened assessments inside the Israel Defense Forces that a major escalation could break out in the territories around April, between the start of Ramadan and Passover.

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