Barriers or Bridges?

Newman, David
November 2003
Tikkun;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p54
Comments on the role of borders in the relationship of Israel and Palestine. Explanation on the different concepts of borders; Impact of the creation of a border on Israeli-Palestinian peace relations; Reason behind the construction of the Israeli Separation Wall in the West Bank; Suggestions in removing borders.


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