Middle East NPR's Linda Gradstein reports on Palestinians in the West Bank city of Nablus who have been under 24-hour curfew for months, but increasingly are defying the lockdown. Palestinian merchants are opening their shops. Parents are shopping for food for their families. The defiance continues despite the threat of arrest and retaliation by Israeli forces. (4:40)
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NPR's Linda Gradstein reports on Palestinians in the West Bank city of Nablus who have been under 24-hour curfew for months, but increasingly are defying the lockdown. Palestinian merchants are opening their shops. Parents are shopping for food for their families. The defiance continues despite the threat of arrest and retaliation by Israeli forces. (4:40)
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