The religious element is the crux of the war.
It has never NOT been religious in nature.
It's just not popular to discuss it, and most leftists refuse to "get" religious motivation and/or they are on the side of the barbarians.
Thus, we have this:
"The fact is that the Palestinian incitement appeals to chief shariah religious principles, which cannot be discussed. They fight in the name of Allah. Faith is in danger, Al Aqsa is under siege, repeat the new fighters in the field, it is faith that has to win, just las for Hamas, or ISIS, or the Ayatollahs’ Iran. Jamal Muhaisen of the Fatah’s Central Committee writes on Al Hayat Al Jadida that “the presence of the settlers is illegal and therefore any action against them is legitimate,” while Mahmoud Ismail of the PLO Executive Committee points out that the killing of Naama and Eitam Henkin, in front of their four children, “is a national duty”."