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    • Aaron Allen
    • 28.02.12 | 07:38 (IST)

    Izzy and Pal railfans shud first read the Rand Corp 'ARC' Plan which contains not only a rail line but al- so a 4-lane tollway and park trails...While IL cud be- nefit from the rail line to Ariel, The ARC wud better serve Palestine and IL gated communities in the 'West Bank' Browse the Rand Corp ARC plan for Palestine to see a video and other info upon this important facility of contiguity for Pal-North [Samar- ia], Pal-South [Judea], and Gaza. Evemtually, when the Great Prace descends, The ARC will serve part s of IL also, providing service from Haifa to Jewru- salem and south to Hebron, Be'er Sheva, and the Negev...Aaron Allen...

    from the article: Israel draws plan for 475-kilometer rail network in West Bank
    First published 03:03 27.02.12 | Last updated 03:03 27.02.12
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