Only a threat to al-Aqsa seems to rile passions.
Radical leaders incite the population, even as it grows more prosperous.
What the New York Times doesn’t consider fit to print.
Feeding on the resentments of those left behind by economic progress.
“I was buoyed by the extraordinary outpouring of support and love from my Arab friends and neighbors.”
Reports of the death of coexistence have been greatly exaggerated.
Fighting for al-Aqsa, again.
The pandemic created a sense of unity between Jewish and Arab Israelis.
And these may redound to Palestinians as well.
And even spiked interest in enlistment.
More than mere politicking.
Not to mention those South Africans who lived through the real thing.