A 'new apartheid.'

December 2000
Christian Century;12/20/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 36, p1329
Comments on the oppression of the Palestinians in line with the military conflict between Israel and Palestine. Impact of the conflict on the social and economic conditions of Palestinians; Views of Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert on religious freedom and the Israeli-Palestinian violence; Views of an ecumenical delegation of United States (U.S.) church leaders on the U.S. military support to Israel.


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