Israel’s current political crisis will be resolved by national elections in February, which may result in a parliamentary majority for the hawkish Likud party led by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A Likud-led government will doubtless pursue a harder line in negotiations with the Palestinians, and certainly with those in Gaza who are ruled by Hamas, which most political parties in Israel recognize as a terror group. This in turn could raise tensions in the region and result in ...

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