Analysis: Islamic Jihad’s motivation to avenge the terrorist tunnel detonation is clear. Meanwhile, Hamas believes that by starting a limited fire, it will spur American and Egyptian pressure on Israel to hold its fire and pressure on the PA to resume the reconciliation talks. And when all interests to start a fire come together, that fire will burn.


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