• Posts Tagged ‘Settlers’

    Despite Peace Talks, Israel’s Settlers Are Dug In

    by  • May 24, 2012 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    The term settlements does not do justice to what Israeli Jews have built on the hilltops of the West Bank. Subdivisions comes closer in those whose winding lanes, red-tiled roofs, bougainvillea and tricycles create a suburban splendor of sorts. In other spots, industrial park would be more accurate, with Israelis having notched scores of...

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    New Mid-East Peace Talks Begin

    by  • May 23, 2012 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    Barack Obama has managed to coax Israeli and Palestinian leaders to Washington for a new round of peace talks. TONY JONES, PRESENTER: Well, having turned the page on Iraq, president Obama will now turn his attention to try to solve the conflict in the Middle East. After a year and a half of arm-twisting,...

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    How to Win Friends, Settler Style

    by  • February 10, 2010 • In the Press • 0 Comments

    Settler Yehuda Shimon has been able to prevent violence with border policemen by smiling, a tactic he learned from the American-based Dale Carnegie Course business program. As he graduated from the course this week, he described for The Jerusalem Post an incident that happened six weeks ago, when he was halfway through the class....

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