January 24, 2014

What About Palestinian Security?

Matthew Duss, The American Prospect

The Associated Press

With Israeli settler attacks on villages growing, it's becoming apparent that sovereignty isn't the only issue concerning Palestinians in peace talks.

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TAGGED: West Bank, Middle East, Palestinians, Palestine, Israel

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