BREAKING: All-out war possible in Israel, as tension mount on the border with Gaza

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As Israeli tanks and troops gather on the country’s border with Gaza, the escalating conflict with Hamas militants threatens to boil over into all-out war.

There are reports that parts of Gaza are under bombardment from Israel, and that IDF air and ground troops have attacked the Gaza strip.

All that, after a night of clashes between Arab and Jewish communities, on the streets of Israel, which led to a warning that the country is edging towards a civil war.

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