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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
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Amos Harel

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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