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What’s Stopping West Bank Terror Wave From Becoming a Full-blown Palestinian Uprising

It seems that for now, most Palestinians prefer a safe income than risk a new flare-up with unforeseen consequences. But flashpoints like Jerusalem and Nablus persist, and the question of Gaza joining the violence looms large ■ New survey shows extremism has also spiked in the Israeli public

Amos Harel
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In their analysis of the situation in the territories, each of the intelligence bodies emphasizes its engagement with what is closest to its heart – or more accurately, what feeds its nightmares.

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