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    • elke
    • 28.10.13 | 01:11 (IST)

    80 percent of Israelis live on 20 percent of Israel's land within the Green Line. Seems like there is plenty of room for expansion right at home. Instead, there is this costly obsession with thieving the land next door.

    from the article: Israel is a prisoner to its settlements
    First published 02:38 27.10.13 | Last updated 02:38 27.10.13
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