January 26, 2014

Should Israel Unilaterally Withdraw from West Bank?

Frida Ghitis, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

A unilateral withdrawal would almost certainly leave Jerusalem, including the areas captured in the 1967 war, under Israeli control. Palestinians want the eastern part of Jerusalem as their future capital.

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

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