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Another Round of Israel-Gaza Fighting Is Over and Nothing Will Change Soon

Any chance for change depends on further activism by the Arab Israelis – and maybe even a fifth election, with the vote for Netanyahu’s Likud taking its latest hit

Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer
Anshel Pfeffer

When the cease-fire finally arrived on August 26, 2014, after 51 days of fighting, with 2,300 dead and much of Gaza in ruins, there was a feeling that things couldn’t go back to what they had been before.

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