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ISRAEL-HOLOCAUST/
RTX5N1PO
April 12, 2018
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard near Abu Ghosh, Israel, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-HOLOCAUST/
RTX5N1O4
April 12, 2018
A man stands still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A man stands still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
A man stands still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard near Abu Ghosh, Israel, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-HOLOCAUST/
RTX5N1NC
April 12, 2018
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard...
People stand still as a two-minute siren marking the annual Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day is heard near Abu Ghosh, Israel, April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVLY
September 26, 2017
A woman reacts during the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A woman reacts during the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed...
A woman reacts during the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVKW
September 26, 2017
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman during his funeral in Abu...
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, during his funeral in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVK8
September 26, 2017
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman during his funeral in Abu...
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, during his funeral in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVIA
September 26, 2017
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, during his funeral in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVGA
September 26, 2017
Friends and relatives lower the body of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Friends and relatives lower the body of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Friends and relatives lower the body of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, into a grave during his funeral in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVFF
September 26, 2017
Israeli security officers, friends and relatives attend the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman,...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Israeli security officers, friends and relatives attend the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman,...
Israeli security officers, friends and relatives attend the funeral of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DVFC
September 26, 2017
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards...
Friends and relatives carry the coffin of Israeli-Arab man, Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DUJ2
September 26, 2017
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting...
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three Israeli guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, is carried before his funeral begins in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VIOLENCE
RTS1DUIG
September 26, 2017
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack...
The body of Israeli-Arab man Youssef Ottman, one of three guards killed in a Palestinian shooting attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, is carried before his funeral begins in Abu Ghosh, Israel September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/KERRY
RTX16GWS
December 13, 2013
The motorcade carrying U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry passes the Israeli Arab village of Abu Ghosh...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
The motorcade carrying U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry passes the Israeli Arab village of Abu Ghosh...
The motorcade carrying U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry passes the Israeli Arab village of Abu Ghosh enroute to the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv December 13, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCV
November 28, 2013
The four minarets of a new mosque are seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
The four minarets of a new mosque are seen in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
The four minarets of a new mosque are seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013.In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCU
November 28, 2013
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCS
November 28, 2013
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A new mosque with four minarets is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION CITYSCAPE)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCR
November 28, 2013
A man walks on the roof of a new mosque in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A man walks on the roof of a new mosque in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A man walks on the roof of a new mosque in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCQ
November 28, 2013
One of four minarets of a new mosque is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
One of four minarets of a new mosque is seen in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
One of four minarets of a new mosque is seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCO
November 28, 2013
The dome and minarets of a new mosque are seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
The dome and minarets of new mosque are seen in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
The dome and minarets of a new mosque are seen in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCN
November 28, 2013
A worker leans on a column in a new mosque in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A worker leans on a column in a new mosque in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A worker leans on a column in a new mosque in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MOSQUE/
RTX15WCK
November 28, 2013
A man walks past a new mosque in the Israeli Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013....
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A man walks past a new mosque in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A man walks past a new mosque in the Israeli Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem November 22, 2013. In a Holy Land rich with religious sites, the new Abu Ghosh mosque is rare - as is the hilly village from which it rises. Bankrolled largely by Chechnya and named after its former leader Akhmad Kadyrov, who was slain by Islamist militants in 2004, the glimmering shrine tells of this small Israeli Arab community's historical ties to the restive Russian province. Picture taken November 22, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VANDALS
RTX10RXD
June 18, 2013
A woman looks at the punctured tyres of her family's car in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A woman looks at punctured tyres in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A woman looks at the punctured tyres of her family's car in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013. Vandals daubed "Arabs out" graffiti and punctured tyres in the village on Tuesday, targeting a community widely seen in Israel as a showcase for Jewish-Arab coexistence. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VANDALS
RTX10RXA
June 18, 2013
A man examines a punctured tyre on a car in the Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013....
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A man examines a punctured tyre on a car in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A man examines a punctured tyre on a car in the Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013. Vandals daubed "Arabs out" graffiti and punctured tyres in the village on Tuesday, targeting a community widely seen in Israel as a showcase for Jewish-Arab coexistence. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VANDALS
RTX10RWX
June 18, 2013
A man changes the tyres on a car in the Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013. Vandals...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
A man changes the tyres on a car in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
A man changes the tyres on a car in the Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013. Vandals daubed "Arabs out" graffiti and punctured tyres in the village on Tuesday, targeting a community widely seen in Israel as a showcase for Jewish-Arab coexistence. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/VANDALS
RTX10RWT
June 18, 2013
Children play in front of graffiti sprayed on a wall in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
Children play in front of graffiti sprayed on a wall in Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem
Children play in front of graffiti sprayed on a wall in the Israeli-Arab village of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem June 18, 2013. Vandals daubed "Arabs out" (L) and "Racism or Assimilation" graffiti and punctured tyres in the village on Tuesday, targeting a community widely seen in Israel as a showcase for Jewish-Arab coexistence. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
BUSH
RTXNHRL
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in...
Abu Ghosh, Israel
U.S. first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection i.....
U.S. first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. [U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill.]
MIDEAST
RTR15J8I
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush is shown by Benedictine Brother Olivier the springs inside the Crusaders Church...
Abu Ghosh
U.S. first lady Laura Bush is shown by Benedictine Brother Olivier the springs inside the Crusaders ......
U.S. first lady Laura Bush is shown by Benedictine Brother Olivier the springs inside the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh, near Jerusalem. U.S. first lady Laura Bush (2-L) is shown the springs by Benedictine Brother Olivier (L) inside the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill.
BUSH LAURA
RTRC59T
May 23, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush walks through the gardens outside the Church of the Resurrection...
Abu Ghosh
United States first lady Laura Bush walks through the gardens outside the Church of the Resurrection...
United States first lady Laura Bush walks through the gardens outside the Church of the Resurrection in Israel. United States first lady Laura Bush walks through the gardens outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BUSH LAURA
RTRC595
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush (far L) tours the crypt under the 12th century Church of the Resurrection...
Abu Ghosh
United States first lady Laura Bush walks into the crypt in the Church of the Resurrection.
U.S. first lady Laura Bush (far L) tours the crypt under the 12th century Church of the Resurrection with the church's monks and nuns in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA
BUSH LAURA
RTRC58Y
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush (second from L) tours the crypt under the 12th century Church of the Resurrection...
Abu Ghosh
US first lady Laura Bush tours the crypt in the church of the Resurrection in Israel.
U.S. first lady Laura Bush (second from L) tours the crypt under the 12th century Church of the Resurrection with the church's monks and nuns in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA
BUSH LAURA
RTRC562
May 23, 2005
Borther Olivier walks United States first lady Laura Bush through the gardens at the Church of the Resurrection....
Abu Ghosh
Borther Olivier walks United States first lady Laura Bush through the gardens at the Church of the ......
Borther Olivier walks United States first lady Laura Bush through the gardens at the Church of the Resurrection. Brother Olivier (L) walks U.S. first lady Laura Bush through the gardens outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
BUSH LAURA
RTRC55K
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to monks and nuns sing in the 12th century Church of the Resurrection...
Abu Ghosh
United States first lady Laura Bush listens to a song in the Church of the Resurrection.
U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to monks and nuns sing in the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/fa
BUSH LAURA
RTRC55F
May 23, 2005
A nun looks out the window while waiting for U.S. first lady Laura Bush to visit the 12th century Church...
Abu Ghosh
A nun waits for the visit of US first lady Laura Bush in Abu Ghosh, Israel.
A nun looks out the window while waiting for U.S. first lady Laura Bush to visit the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA
BUSH LAURA
RTRC559
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in...
Abu Ghosh
United States first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters in Israel.
U.S. first lady Laura Bush speaks to reporters outside the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/FA
BUSH LAURA
RTRC553
May 23, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush looks around the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh,...
Abu Ghosh
US first lady Laura Bush looks around the Church of the Resurrection in Israel.
United States first lady Laura Bush looks around the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/fa
BUSH LAURA
RTRC54P
May 23, 2005
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) and United States deputy assistant secretary for Near East Affairs...
Abu Ghosh
United States first lady Laura Bush listens to monks and nuns sing at the Church of the Resurrection....
United States first lady Laura Bush (L) and United States deputy assistant secretary for Near East Affairs Elizabeth Cheney (R) listen to monks and nuns sing in the 12th century Church of the Resurrection in Abu Ghosh, Israel May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Brian Snyder BS/fa
MIDEAST
RTRC4RR
May 23, 2005
US first lady Laura Bush waves at the end of her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem....
Abu Ghosh
US first lady Laura Bush waves at the end of her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near ...
US first lady Laura Bush waves at the end of her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem. U.S. first lady Laura Bush waves at the end of her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Pier Paolo Cito/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRC4RO
May 23, 2005
US first lady Laura Bush answers reporters' questions after her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu...
Abu Ghosh
US first lady Laura Bush answers reporters' questions after her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu...
US first lady Laura Bush answers reporters' questions after her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem. U.S. first lady Laura Bush answers reporters' questions after her visit to the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Pier Paolo Cito/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRC4RG
May 23, 2005
US first lady Laura Bush and Benedictine Brother Olivier tour the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near...
Abu Ghosh
US first lady Laura Bush and Benedictine Brother Olivier tour the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near...
US first lady Laura Bush and Benedictine Brother Olivier tour the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem. U.S. first lady Laura Bush (R) and Benedictine Brother Olivier (L) tour the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Pier Paolo Cito/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRC4PV
May 23, 2005
U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to Benedictine Brother Olivier and Father Jean-Baptiste Gourion tell...
Abu Ghosh
U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to Benedictine Brother Olivier and Father Jean-Baptiste Gourion ......
U.S. first lady Laura Bush listens to Benedictine Brother Olivier and Father Jean-Baptiste Gourion tell the story of the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem. U.S. first lady Laura Bush (C) listens to Benedictine Brother Olivier (L) and Father Jean-Baptiste Gourion (R) tell the story of the Crusaders Church of Abu Ghosh near Jerusalem May 23, 2005. U.S. first lady Laura Bush on Monday brushed aside protests by Jews and Muslims during her visit to the Holy Land, saying the protests did not undercut the efforts of her tour to promote goodwill. REUTERS/Pier Paolo Cito/Pool
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