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Ukraine War: Why Most Israelis Blame Putin, but Most Palestinians Don't

In recent surveys, Israelis and Palestinians hold sweepingly different attitudes towards Russia’s war on Ukraine, exposing how far their own conflict filters how they see the world, all the way to Kyiv and Moscow

Before three terror attacks ripped through Israeli cities in late March, Israelis had drifted back to an illusory sense of stability. Memories of the May 2021 war were fading, just as hypothetical notions of peace had been fading for years. Palestinians live a parallel reality, in which they cannot forget life under military occupation.

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