Around Israel and Palestine

Shaw, Michael
January 2010
BAGnewsNotes;1/8/2010, p2
Blog Entry
Two photographs related to the Arab-Israel conflict showing residents in the Arab-Israeli town of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, breaking the record for the world's largest serving of hummus; and Palestinian kids clearing debris from a crater in Gaza City after an Israeli airstrike near the border with Egypt are presented.


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