Israel’s new far-right government took office late last year and began stepping up its response to recent attacks by Palestinian fighters. Many residents have placed photographs of slain Lions’ Den members on amulets hanging in the city’s main square. “An intifada without the Palestinian Authority,” interjected a second fighter, 25, who also requested anonymity to avoid incriminating himself. But the Lions’ Den also includes fighters from Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two Islamist Palestinian groups that Fatah has traditionally opposed. But, he added, “we have to say to them, ‘That’s enough.’”The post In West Bank, New Armed Groups Emerge, and Dormant Ones Stir appeared first on New York Times.