Sharon's Plans Anger Settlers Anger is rising among some Israeli settlers in the West Bank over remarks by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Sharon suggested the relocation of some settlements to secure a defensible border with the Palestinians. The settlers are accusing Sharon -- who has been an ardent supporter of the settler movement -- of treachery. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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Israeli Settlers Angered by Sharon's Remarks

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Israeli Settlers Angered by Sharon's Remarks

Israeli Settlers Angered by Sharon's Remarks

Israeli Settlers Angered by Sharon's Remarks

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Anger is rising among some Israeli settlers in the West Bank over remarks by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Sharon suggested the relocation of some settlements to secure a defensible border with the Palestinians. The settlers are accusing Sharon — who has been an ardent supporter of the settler movement — of treachery. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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