A Week in Palestine: A Pictorial

Daher, Kate
October 2003
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Oct2003, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p42
This past summer, Kate Daher spent two weeks in the occupied Palestinian territories on a fact-finding tour sponsored by Global Exchange. Her delegation traveled throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip, met with a number of Israeli and Palestinian peace organizations, and toured Palestinian refugee camps, where they interviewed residents waiting for their right to return home.


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