Yes, I lived there for 12 yrs and served in the IDF in the unfortunate place called Beit El. The best moment was seeing Sadat arrive in Israel, Motzei Shabbat I believe it was, and step off that plane. The grimest moments were two, one just outside a cinema in Jerusalem where a pipe bomb went off in a motor scooter and the other when a zionist fanatic threw a grenade into a group of Peace Now demonstrators, also in Jerusaslem and murdered Emil Grunzweig. And I certainly would agree to peaceable Jews living in the WB if they were ready to accept Palestinian citizenship but not to lord it over the indigenous population telling them by clear statement and implication that they dont belong there.
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Kerry: If Assad does not adhere to ceasefire plan there 'will clearly be repercussions' (Reuters)
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