Nelson, Erik N.
October 2003
National Journal;10/18/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 42, p3202
Discusses the possibility of reducing Jewish settlement evacuations in the West Bank to a real estate transaction to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Views of Israeli Jewish settlers on the dismantling of the settlement; Impact of the Palestinian's rebellion on Jewish settlers; Statement from former Immigrant absorption minister, Yuli Edelstein about the trading of the settlements for a peace agreement; Position of the U.S. on the settlement expansion.


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