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

The confluence of events in Jerusalem over the past few weeks has turned the city into a powder keg once more, with aggressive policing from inexperienced leaders one of the main culprits. But that doesn't mean a third intifada is now inevitable

Anshel Pfeffer
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