This summer, Israeli settlements in the West Bank have again become flashpoints of violence between settlers and neighboring Palestinians. But another, less visible conflict over these Jewish outposts also rages on—strong disagreement within Israeli society about whether the settlements should continue to exist. Noah Caldwell has this report from Ofra, a settlement where dozens of houses will soon be demolished by the Israeli government for sitting on private Palestinian land.

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