Protesting Israeli Settlers Irk Sharon Tens of thousands of Israeli settlers take to the streets of Jerusalem Sunday evening to protest Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to pull out of the Gaza Strip. At a cabinet meeting, Sharon accused the settlers of inciting civil war. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.
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Protesting Israeli Settlers Irk Sharon

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Protesting Israeli Settlers Irk Sharon

Protesting Israeli Settlers Irk Sharon

Protesting Israeli Settlers Irk Sharon

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Tens of thousands of Israeli settlers take to the streets of Jerusalem Sunday evening to protest Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to pull out of the Gaza Strip. At a cabinet meeting, Sharon accused the settlers of inciting civil war. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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