Palestinians Decry Revised Security Barrier Plans The Israeli government's recent decision to an extension of a controversial security barrier on the West Bank meets with disapproval from Palestinians. Israel says the barrier is vital to security, and may be temporary. Palestinian leaders say construction has soured the atmosphere just as a revival of the peace process seemed possible.
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Palestinians Decry Revised Security Barrier Plans

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Palestinians Decry Revised Security Barrier Plans

Palestinians Decry Revised Security Barrier Plans

Palestinians Decry Revised Security Barrier Plans

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The Israeli government's recent decision to an extension of a controversial security barrier on the West Bank meets with disapproval from Palestinians. Israel says the barrier is vital to security, and may be temporary. Palestinian leaders say construction has soured the atmosphere just as a revival of the peace process seemed possible.

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