NPR's Linda Gradstein reports from Jerusalem on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government, which reached a compromise with militant settlers in order to resolve a potentially explosive dispute. The settlers had moved into two homes in a predominantly Arab neighborhood in East Jerusalem. The compromise, which is still being opposed by Palestinians, would have those two buildings...which are owned by a Orthodox Miami businessman... serve as a religious school, or Yeshiva, instead of being used as homes for settlers.



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