Middle East

Israelis Divided on Future of Cease-Fire

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A poll published this past weekend in the Maariv newspaper found the public equally divided over whether the Palestinian leadership will honor the commitments it announced at the Sharm al-Sheikh summit, including an end to attacks on Israelis. Many Israelis say they've been down this road before and it has ended in violence. And yet, they still hope that maybe this time will be different.

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