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Israel on march eastward

In the shadow of Gaza, the Israelis have secured a steel grip on Jerusalem.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

There is a cute little story about the Palestinian village of Nu'aman outside Jerusalem. It goes as follows: ever since East Jerusalem was annexed by Israel, Nu'aman has been within the city limits as defined by the occupying forces. But the villagers still had ID cards that placed them on the West Bank. This meant that they did not automatically have access to the city. But the children went to school in Jerusalem, and the adults traveled more or less freely both within and across the borders of the occupation.

Until a few years ago. Then children and adults were no longer allowed to enter Jerusalem, despite the fact that they. . .

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