Daughter's Death Doesn't Derail a Peace Activist Israeli investigators are questioning border police who were in a clash with Palestinians when a 10-year-old girl was slain. The girl's father, a militant-turned-peace-activist, says his daughter's death makes him want to work harder for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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Daughter's Death Doesn't Derail a Peace Activist

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Daughter's Death Doesn't Derail a Peace Activist

Daughter's Death Doesn't Derail a Peace Activist

Daughter's Death Doesn't Derail a Peace Activist

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The killing of a 10-year-old Palestinian girl in the West Bank has cast a pall over Palestinian and Israeli peace activists. Israeli investigators are questioning border police who were involved in a clash with Palestinians in Anata, during which the girl was slain.

The mood in Anata is angry.

But the girl's father, a militant who became a peace activist, says his daughter's death makes him want to work harder for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.