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Jerusalem March Was Netanyahu's Land Mine for Bennett's Government

Bennett can't afford to show restraint against Hamas, and thus, the army will have to recommend a response strong enough to be suitable but not so strong that it sparks renewed fighting

Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

The original goal of the second Flag March through Jerusalem, which was supposed to have taken place last week, was to replay the events of May 10 – inflaming tempers in the capital and setting off a chain reaction in the Gaza Strip – and thereby sabotage the efforts to form a government without Benjamin Netanyahu.

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