Two Israeli Settlers Speak Of Life — And Plans — On Disputed Land

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From the Palestinian perspective, a big obstacle to peace is the presence of 350,000 Israelis on land expected to be part of any future Palestinian state. Two of those settlers offer their viewpoints.

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