A video clip that dramatically portrays the meeting of Israeli solders and Palestinians at controversial West Bank security checkpoints. This clip is the second of a series taken from "Land of the Settlers", the acclaimed documentary developed by Chaim Yavin, Israel's premier news anchor.
Israel says it is removing checkpoints to ease the movements of people and goods in West Bank. Palestinians say it’s not enough.
US-financed Jalame vehicle crossing from Israel into West Bank aims to improve Palestinian Economy
Numerous circular structures near the west bank of Suez Canal in Egypt.. No nomenclature attached on Google Earth.. Explanations/guesses/comments welcome..!!
Route 443 serves Israeli commuters traveling between the two largest cities in Israel – Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The road runs through the West Bank, but Palestinians are strictly prohibited from using it. In the past, Route 443 was the main thoroughfare serving the southern Ramallah district. In 1988, Israel expropriated land from Palestinian villagers living along the road in order to widen it, claiming that the road would serve their villages as well. However in 2002, the army prohibited Palestinian traffic on the road, stating 'security reasons'. www.btselem****
West Bank residents fear for Gazan relatives - 11 Jan 08
Palestinians brace themselves for more attacks by extremist Israeli settlers. Will the Israeli government be able to contain the violence? And can Palestinians win in Israeli courts?
Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
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Unbelievable documentation of a terrorist attack on an Israeli base, somewhere at the West Bank.
More at journalist says a weakened coalition government will doom the peace process
Thursday January 17th, 2008
Hisham Sharabati is a Palestinian journalist and the Editor in Chief of Resalat Al Khaleel. He reports from the West Bank and Gaza.
In the Occupied Territories of the West Bank, barriers to communication inevitably mean barriers to peace. In this compelling video, Charles Annenberg Weingarten and his crew make their first venture into the West Bank, landing in the contentious border town of Gilo. When Charlie attempts to interview an elderly woman - one of Gilos last Palestinian holdouts - he quickly discovers that in such a politically charged landscape, communication is never neutral.
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Jesse Rosenfeld: Anger at Israel and the PA in West Bank may pave the way for a 3rd intifada Pt.2/2