Incitements to Violence in the Mideast

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The international "road map" for peace between Israelis and Palestinians calls on both sides to end incitement — statements or images that encourage violence. Palestinian officials are beginning to comply with the requirement, whitewashing anti-Israeli graffiti, for example, and broadcasting fewer images of Palestinian "martyrs" on local TV. Israelis who monitor Palestinian media say its incitement has diminished but not disappeared. Palestinians say Israelis must do more to end incitement on their side, some of which comes from Israeli religious and political leaders. Peter Kenyon reports.

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