The Mood in Netanya, After Arafat

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The Israeli city of Netanya was the site of a major suicide bombing in 2002 that prompted the Israeli government to confine Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to his headquarters in Ramallah. What is the mood in Netanya after Arafat's recent death? NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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