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... followed this up with an exaggerated description of Maale Adumim as "the end to the 2 state solution" because it splits the West Bank. While I don't necessarily understand enough about the area to say whether the action of developing the land is right or ...
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... , our itinerary was adjusted for safety reasons, and the result was a rich, full, at times uncomfortable and thought-provoking day. The West Bank is 90% controlled by Israel, and is divided into Areas A, B and C. There are security checkpoints and armed ...
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... 's pretty much it from Ramallah, with so much more of the day left we decided to check out the city of Jericho. Jericho is another West Bank city which some sources say is the oldest city in the world... that's about the 3rd city I've been to that claims ...
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... , but they must have liked the look of her cos she is still with us!! A 750km wall is currently being constructed along the West Bank known as a security wall to Israelis, the Pales tines refer to it as the separation wall. It is truly ...
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From Jerusalem we left for the west bank with the intention of spending the eve in Bethlehem, birthplace of Christ our savior. Turns out Mary chose a fuckin expensive location to be shitting out the son of god so we opted to just stay for a couple of ...
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... morning saw us up early and ready to be picked up to be taken to McFarlane Church at Goed Intent (pronounced Good Intent) on the West Bank of the Demerara River. There are a lot of interesting names of areas here, like this one 'Goed Intent' or ...
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