Horse trading on Mount Carmel

Watzman, Haim
February 1996
New Scientist;2/3/96, Vol. 149 Issue 2015, p53
Examines the claims of Arab Israelis in the village of Ein Hud to a piece of the Mount Carmel National Park. History of the Arab settlement of Ein Hud; Israeli government's willingness to recognize Ein Hud after previously refusing to recognize the village after the 1948 war; Possibility that many other villages and individuals will press their claims to park land.


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