The Effects of Israel's Security Barrier

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | July 22, 2004
Last year, Israel began building a network of "security barriers" to protect itself from Palestinian terrorists. The walls and fences cut off much of the West Bank territories from Israel, but they managed to incorporate parts of the territories on the Israeli side to accommodate Jewish settlers. Creative Loafing Atlanta Editor Ken Edelstein visited the wall last spring and talked to Arabs and Israelis on the Israeli side.

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