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Some East Jerusalem Palestinians View Election Warily
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Some East Jerusalem Palestinians View Election Warily

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Some East Jerusalem Palestinians View Election Warily

Some East Jerusalem Palestinians View Election Warily
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Palestinians in traditionally Arab East Jerusalem will be able to vote in Sunday's presidential elections, but some are fearful of jeopardizing their status in a city Israel has declared its eternal and indivisible capital. Presidential frontrunner Mahmoud Abbas cancelled a planned appearance in Jerusalem because Israel insisted he could visit only with Israeli security guards. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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