The Next Mayor of the Middle East's Powder Keg?

An Israeli minister promises blood, sweat and tears (if he isn't elected Jerusalem mayor)

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Minister Zeev Elkin.
Minister Zeev Elkin. Credit: תומר אפלבאום
Nir Hasson
Nir Hasson
Elkin and Netanyahu. Credit: Emil salman
The line at the Population, Immigration and Border Authority office in Wadi Joz, East Jerusalem.Credit: Emil Salman
Minister Zeev Elkin in Jerusalem.Credit: Emil Salman
An Israeli border police officer watches as Israelis wave flags inside the Old City's Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, May 13, 2018.Credit: Ariel Schalit/AP

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