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Barrier Prompts Palestinians to Relocate to Jerusalem
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Barrier Prompts Palestinians to Relocate to Jerusalem

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Barrier Prompts Palestinians to Relocate to Jerusalem

Barrier Prompts Palestinians to Relocate to Jerusalem
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Israel's new security barrier is prompting thousands of Palestinians living on the outskirts of Jerusalem to move into the eastern, traditionally Arab side of the holy city. Many fear that the barrier will eventually seal off Jerusalem from the West Bank and separate Palestinians from jobs, schools and hospitals in the city. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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