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An Israeli draped in the national flag walks past an ultra-Orthodox Jewish man in Jerusalem's Old City on May 13, as Israelis marked Jerusalem Day. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israelis Have A Love-Hate Relationship With Jerusalem

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A Palestinian woman argues with a member of the Israeli security forces as they disperse a demonstration outside the Damascus Gate in the old city of Jerusalem on Tuesday. Hazem Bader/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A pro-Palestinian protester raises her fist at a rally outside the U.S. Consulate General in Johannesburg on Tuesday. The South African demonstrators were just some of those who took to city streets to protest the killing of dozens of people along the Gaza border Monday. Gulshan Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Raja Tamimi must cross the Qalandia checkpoint to commute to her job in Jerusalem's Old City. Daniel Estrin hide caption

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Palestinians In Jerusalem Struggle To Maintain A Foothold In The City They Call Home

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Hamas leader Yehiyeh Sinwar speaks with protesters at the Gaza Strip on April 20. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Hamas Leader Implies 'Hundreds Of Thousands' Of Palestinians May Breach Israel Border

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Palestinian protesters fall amid the billowing tear gas fired by Israeli troops along the Gaza-Israel border. Palestinians converged on the area for a new round of protests Friday. Adel Hana/AP hide caption

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Palestinians carry a protester injured during clashes with Israeli security forces on the Gaza-Israel border on Friday. Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Palestinian protester throws back a tear gas canister that was fired by Israeli soldiers during clashes on the Israeli border after a protest against President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Adel Hana/AP hide caption

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U.S. officials announced late Friday that it would reverse its decision to close the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) office in Washington, D.C., saying it would merely impose limitations on office operations, aimed at encouraging peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets President Trump's Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt in Jerusalem on June 21. Handout/Amos Ben Gershom/GPO/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli soldiers search Arab prisoners as Israeli forces take over the Old City in East Jerusalem on June 8, 1967, during the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War. Just 11 days after the war ended, U.S. President Lyndon Johnson offered the first of many peace proposals by U.S. presidents over the past half-century. AP hide caption

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50 Years On, U.S. Presidents Still Seek Elusive Peace To A 6-Day War

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Abbad Yahya, a 28-year-old Palestinian novelist, is in exile after the Palestinian Authority banned his latest book, Crime in Ramallah, calling it indecent. Courtesy of Abbad Yahya hide caption

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Facing Death Threats And A Ban On His Novel, A Palestinian Author Flees

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The Palestinian-Israeli movie Bar Bahar has won acclaim for its intimate portrayal of three Palestinian women living in Tel Aviv. Courtesy of Maysaloun Hamoud hide caption

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New Film Spotlights Palestinian Women Navigating Life 'In Between' Cultures

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Palestinian laborers work at a construction site in a new housing project in the Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim on Tuesday, after Israel's parliament approved a law that retroactively legalizes thousands of West Bank settlement homes built unlawfully on private Palestinian land. Oded Balilty/AP hide caption

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Imad Abu Shamsiyeh, a Palestinian shoemaker from Hebron, filmed an Israeli soldier shooting a badly wounded Palestinian attacker in the head last year. A military court convicted the soldier of manslaughter. Abu Shamsiyeh says he's gotten death threats for filming the attack. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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In West Bank, Witnesses To Conflict Are Using Video To Document What They See

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A photograph of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat hangs outside a door leading to the small bedroom where he spent his final years, a display at the new Arafat Museum in the West Bank city of Ramallah. Abbas Momani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In The Spot Where He Spent His Final Years, A Museum Honors Yasser Arafat

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Tamer Nafar (center), performs with the hip-hop group DAM. The members are all Arabs who are citizens of Israel, and some of their lyrics are harshly critical of the state. They see it as artistic freedom, while Israel's culture minister says such language could incite violence. Courtesy of Christopher Hazou hide caption

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Arab Rapper Tests The Limit Of Israel's Artistic Freedoms

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