from an end to Israel's ban on Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza from visiting. Since this ban was enacted, oddly, in 1994 when hope was great at the front end of the Oslo process, Jerusalem's vitality, its exotic nature, its multiculturalsim, its economy, has been severly hindered.... Today, it takes lots of red tape for a Palestinian to visit the city to shop, pray, take visitors. It is a shame and a testament to Israel's racist idealogy.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu: Arabs and Jews alike benefit from unified Jerusalem
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