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Textbook Airs Two Views of Mideast History

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Textbook Airs Two Views of Mideast History

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Textbook Airs Two Views of Mideast History

Textbook Airs Two Views of Mideast History

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A group of Israeli and Palestinian educators have prompted debate with a new textbook. It deals with 20th century Israeli/Palestinian history by presenting the Israeli view of events on one side of the page and the Palestinian view on the other. The teachers are under fire from both the Israeli and Palestinian education ministries. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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