Mideast Separation NPR's Deborah Amos reports that with a revival of suicide bombings in Israel after last month's military offensive in the West Bank, there is a growing awareness that military crackdowns do not guarantee civilian security. As a result, there is a growing grassroots movement in Israel for unilateral separation of Israel from the captive territories in the West Bank. (8:00)
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Mideast Separation

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NPR's Deborah Amos reports that with a revival of suicide bombings in Israel after last month's military offensive in the West Bank, there is a growing awareness that military crackdowns do not guarantee civilian security. As a result, there is a growing grassroots movement in Israel for unilateral separation of Israel from the captive territories in the West Bank. (8:00)
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