Palestinian Views Both Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas met with President Bush to discuss the Middle East road map for peace. But much of what happens next is in the hands of the region's citizens. Join Neal Conan for Part II in the series on Israeli and Palestinian views on the peace process.

Guests:

Vicki O'Hara
*NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent

Ali Jarbawi
*Professor of political science at Bir Zeit University in the West Bank

Hiba Husseini
*Palestinian Attorney in Ramallah
*Served as legal advisor to the Palestinian Authority at the Oslo Agreement negotiations in 1995

Khalil Shikaki
*Director, Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research
*Has been working on an ongoing research project involving joint public opinion polls focusing on Israeli and Palestinian views on the conflict

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Both Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas met with President Bush to discuss the Middle East road map for peace. But much of what happens next is in the hands of the region's citizens. Join Neal Conan for Part II in the series on Israeli and Palestinian views on the peace process.

Guests:

Vicki O'Hara
*NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent

Ali Jarbawi
*Professor of political science at Bir Zeit University in the West Bank

Hiba Husseini
*Palestinian Attorney in Ramallah
*Served as legal advisor to the Palestinian Authority at the Oslo Agreement negotiations in 1995

Khalil Shikaki
*Director, Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research
*Has been working on an ongoing research project involving joint public opinion polls focusing on Israeli and Palestinian views on the conflict

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