July 3, 2014

A Post-Peace Process Crisis in the West Bank?

Tony Karon, Al Jazeera

The Associated Press

Israeli outrage over the killing of three teenage settlers abducted near Hebron has translated into a wave of citizen attacks on Palestinians on the back of a widespread Israeli crackdown, and the discovery of the body of a Palestinian teenager said to have been abducted in Jerusalem on Tuesday prompted fresh clashes as Palestinian protesters blamed Israeli settlers for the death.

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TAGGED: Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority, Middle East, Israel, West Bank, Palestine, Palestinians

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