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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/PLAN-SCARS
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June 22, 2019
The wall of a structure is seen in a former Syrian outpost in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, the...
Golan Heights, Israel
The Wider Image: Scars on Middle East landscape bear witness to past peace failures
The wall of a structure is seen in a former Syrian outpost in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, the territory that Israel captured from Syria in the 1967 Middle East war, February 27, 2019. In stark contrast to the beauty of the surrounding countryside, it is now crumbling and covered in graffiti, one Arabic message reading: "The Syrian army passed by here." REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun SEARCH "LAND SCARS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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Spotlight
Israel's Six-Day War
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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
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August 03, 2015
The Arab East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ras al-Amud is seen in front of the Dome of the Rock on the...
Jerusalem, Israel
The Arab East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ras al-Amud is seen in front of the Dome of the Rock
The Arab East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ras al-Amud is seen in front of the Dome of the Rock on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City July 27, 2015. In East Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan during the 1967 Middle East war and later annexed, a move not recognised internationally, issues of Palestinian identity are layered with complexity. Over the past decade, an increasing number of East Jerusalem Palestinians have gone through the lengthy process of becoming Israeli citizens, researchers and lawyers say. Picture taken July 27, 2015. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM REUTERS/Baz Ratner
Wider Image
Wider Image
Riding a Fine Line - 14 Nov 2014
26 PICTURES
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A woman is reflected in a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman is reflected in a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A woman is reflected in a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A woman holds her mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman holds her mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A woman holds her mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A woman reads as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman reads as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A woman reads as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4F5
November 14, 2014
A woman carrying a child and an Israeli border policeman are seen through a light rail tram window in...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman carrying a child and an Israeli border policeman are seen through a light rail tram window in...
A woman carrying a child and an Israeli border policeman are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 6, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Pedestrians walk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pedestrians walk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem
Pedestrians walk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been...
Jerusalem, Israel
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4EY
November 14, 2014
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem
Pedestrians walk on a crosswalk as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Israeli border police officers sit at a station as a light rail tram approaches in Jerusalem November...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli border police officers sit at a station as a light rail tram approaches in Jerusalem
Israeli border police officers sit at a station as a light rail tram approaches in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Israeli border policemen are seen through a light rail tram window as they walk on a crosswalk in Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli border policemen are seen through a light rail tram window as they walk on a crosswalk in Jerusalem...
Israeli border policemen are seen through a light rail tram window as they walk on a crosswalk in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Israeli teens play music as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli teens play music as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem
Israeli teens play music as a light rail tram passes by in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window as they stand at a station in Jerusalem October...
Jerusalem, Israel
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window as they stand at a station in Jerusalem
Passengers are seen through a light rail tram window as they stand at a station in Jerusalem October 29, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Men are seen through a light rail tram window as they sit on a bench outside Jerusalem's Old City October...
Jerusalem, Israel
Men are seen through a light rail tram window as they sit on a bench outside Jerusalem's Old City
Men are seen through a light rail tram window as they sit on a bench outside Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a...
Jerusalem, Israel
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A Palestinian woman is seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian woman is seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem
A Palestinian woman is seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Israelis ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israelis ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
Israelis ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)


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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a...
Jerusalem, Israel
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A security guard stands aboard a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Palestinian men are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has...
Jerusalem, Israel
Palestinian men are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem
Palestinian men are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
A Palestinian woman (L) and an Israeli woman ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If...
Jerusalem, Israel
A Palestinian woman and an Israeli woman ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A Palestinian woman (L) and an Israeli woman ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Israeli border policemen ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli border policemen ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
Israeli border policemen ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
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November 14, 2014
Women speak on their phones as they ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has...
Jerusalem, Israel
Women speak on their phones as they ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
Women speak on their phones as they ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)

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RTR4E4E2
November 14, 2014
Passengers ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target...
Jerusalem, Israel
Passengers ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
Passengers ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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RTR4E4E0
November 14, 2014
A girl uses a mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has...
Jerusalem, Israel
A girl uses a mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A girl uses a mobile phone as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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RTR4E4DY
November 14, 2014
Passengers, one wearing a mask, ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been...
Jerusalem, Israel
Passengers, one wearing a mask, ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem
Passengers, one wearing a mask, ride a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 14, 2014
A light railway driver drives a tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target...
Jerusalem, Israel
A light railway driver drives a tram in Jerusalem
A light railway driver drives a tram in Jerusalem November 11, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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November 14, 2014
A woman looks out of a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman looks out of a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A woman looks out of a window as she rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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November 14, 2014
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem November...
Jerusalem, Israel
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem November 13, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4DS
November 14, 2014
A sign shows part of the route of the light tram in Jerusalem, at one of its stations in town November...
Jerusalem, Israel
A sign shows part of the route of the light tram in Jerusalem at one of its stations in town
A sign shows part of the route of the light tram in Jerusalem, at one of its stations in town November 13, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4DR
November 14, 2014
A woman rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 6, 2014. If there has been a constant target of...
Jerusalem, Israel
A woman rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem
A woman rides a light rail tram in Jerusalem November 6, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 6, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4DQ
November 14, 2014
A man sits on a bench at a light railway station in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant...
Jerusalem, Israel
A man sits on a bench at a light railway station in Jerusalem
A man sits on a bench at a light railway station in Jerusalem November 9, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4DO
November 14, 2014
An Israeli border policeman (L) and a woman carrying a child are seen through a light rail tram window...
Jerusalem, Israel
An Israeli border policeman and a woman carrying a child are seen through a light rail tram window in...
An Israeli border policeman (L) and a woman carrying a child are seen through a light rail tram window in Jerusalem November 6, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 6, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

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MIDEAST-JERUSALEM/LIGHTRAIL
RTR4E4DL
November 14, 2014
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem November...
Jerusalem, Israel
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem
A general view shows Jerusalem's light rail tram as it passes by the old city's walls in Jerusalem November 13, 2014. If there has been a constant target of Palestinian attacks during weeks of unrest in Jerusalem, it is the city's Light Rail, a sleek tram that snakes through downtown, past the ancient walls of the Old City, symbolically uniting the Jewish West and the Arab East, an area Israel captured in a 1967 war. Launched in 2011, the project was hailed as a piece of infrastructure that would transform the city, bringing Israelis and Palestinians closer through shared public rail transport. While in some ways that has happened, the past few months have torn that cosmopolitan picture apart. Picture taken November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX122H7
July 28, 2013
A construction site is seen in Pisgat Zeev (R), an urban settlement in an area Israel annexed to Jerusalem...
Jerusalem, Israel
A construction site is seen in Pisgat Zeev
A construction site is seen in Pisgat Zeev (R), an urban settlement in an area Israel annexed to Jerusalem after capturing it in the 1967 Middle East war, as the Shuafat refugee camp (rear) in the West Bank is seen behind a section of the controversial Israeli barrier, July 28, 2013. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday urged divided rightists in his cabinet to approve the release of 104 Arab prisoners in order to restart peace talk with the Palestinians. The prisoner release would allow Netanyahu to sidestep other Palestinian demands, such as a halt to Jewish settlement expansion. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S49A
October 02, 2011
A Star of David hangs on a necklace as it rests against a T-shirt worn by Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
A Star of David hangs on a necklace as it rests against a T-shirt worn by Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi said he has dreamed of restoring Dar Bishi synagogue for 10 years, when smoke from New York's burning twin towers evoked one of the most powerful memories of his Libyan childhood. The 12-year-old Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Muammar Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. Jewish cemeteries have been razed to make way for office blocks on the coast. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S496
October 02, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi gestures inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi gestures inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi said he has dreamed of restoring this synagogue for 10 years, when smoke from New York's burning twin towers evoked one of the most powerful memories of his Libyan childhood. The 12-year-old Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Muammar Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. Jewish cemeteries have been razed to make way for office blocks on the coast. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S493
October 02, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) rests after destroying part of the wall at the sealed entrance to...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) rests after destroying part of the wall at the sealed entrance to Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi said he has dreamed of restoring this synagogue for 10 years, when smoke from New York's burning twin towers evoked one of the most powerful memories of his Libyan childhood. The 12-year-old Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Muammar Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. Jewish cemeteries have been razed to make way for office blocks on the coast. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/ Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S47Z
October 02, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) reacts after destroying part of the wall at the sealed entrance to...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) reacts after destroying part of the wall at the sealed entrance to Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi said he has dreamed of restoring this synagogue for 10 years, when smoke from New York's burning twin towers evoked one of the most powerful memories of his Libyan childhood. The 12-year-old Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Muammar Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. Jewish cemeteries have been razed to make way for office blocks on the coast. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION SOCIETY)
LIBYA/
RTR2S47V
October 02, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi breaks the wall at the sealed entrance to Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi breaks the wall at the sealed entrance to Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 2, 2011. Gerbi said he has dreamed of restoring this synagogue for 10 years, when smoke from New York's burning twin towers evoked one of the most powerful memories of his Libyan childhood. The 12-year-old Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Muammar Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. Jewish cemeteries have been razed to make way for office blocks on the coast. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION SOCIETY)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TW
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi prays inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi prays inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TV
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (L) is helped by an anti-Gaddafi fighter upon exit from the Dar Bishi...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (L) is helped by an anti-Gaddafi fighter upon exit from the Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TT
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (L) shakes hand with an anti-Gaddafi fighter in the walled old city of...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (L) shakes hand with an anti-Gaddafi fighter in the walled old city of Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TS
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi walks inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi walks inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TR
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) talks with anti-Gaddafi fighters in the walled old city of Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi (R) talks with anti-Gaddafi fighters in the walled old city of Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: MILITARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
LIBYA/JEW
RTR2S2TQ
October 01, 2011
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi prays inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and...
Tripoli, Libya
To match feature LIBYA/JEW
Libyan Jewish exile David Gerbi prays inside Dar Bishi synagogue in Tripoli October 1, 2011. Gerbi and his family fled Tripoli in 1967 when an Arab-Israeli war stoked anger against the Jewish state and led to attacks on Jews in his neighbourhood. Gaddafi expelled the rest of Libya's 38,000 Jews two years later and confiscated their assets. Most Tripoli synagogues have since been destroyed or converted to mosques. To match feature LIBYA/JEW REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (LIBYA - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/RIGHTS
RTR2NOVL
June 15, 2011
Palestinian activists holds placards in front of a mural on the controversial Israeli barrier, depicting...
Qalandiya, Palestinian Territories
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Palestinian activists holds placards in front of a mural on the controversial Israeli barrier, depicting the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, during a protest marking the 44th anniversary of the 1967 Middle East war, at Qalandiya checkpoint, near the West Bank city of Ramallah June 5, 2011. Freedom, justice, dignity and equality are the demands of a new generation of Palestinians seeking to redefine their national struggle in a way that could threaten both Israel and their own leadership. The signs in Arabic, from L-R, read: I miss the streets of the old city of Jerusalem; We will not stop, we will not fear - either all or nothing; Wake up to a Palestine; A lot was lost, a little is left - we will return; The return is definitely possible; Netanyahu you coward, Jaffa and Haifa is ours. Picture taken June 5, 2011. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/RIGHTS REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2ND4B
June 06, 2011
Palestinians carry the coffin of Zakaria Abu al-Hassan during his funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Palestinians carry the coffin of Zakaria Abu al-Hassan during his funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus...
Palestinians carry the coffin of Zakaria Abu al-Hassan during his funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus June 6, 2011. Al-Hassan was shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights. Israeli troops fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Syria who rushed to the border fence on Sunday in what Israel called a challenge to its sovereignty. Syrian state-run media said 23 were killed. "Anyone who tries to cross the border will be killed," Israeli soldiers shouted through loudspeakers at the crowd of several hundred on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights who rallied to a Facebook call to march to the frontier on the 44th anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/ Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2ND46
June 06, 2011
Palestinians carry the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Palestinians carry the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus...
Palestinians carry the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus June 6, 2011. Shrerth was shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights. Israeli troops fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Syria who rushed to the border fence on Sunday in what Israel called a challenge to its sovereignty. Syrian state-run media said 23 were killed. "Anyone who tries to cross the border will be killed," Israeli soldiers shouted through loudspeakers at the crowd of several hundred on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights who rallied to a Facebook call to march to the frontier on the 44th anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2ND3I
June 06, 2011
Palestinians carry the coffins of people who were shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan...
Damascus, Syria
Palestinians carry the coffins of people who were shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan...
Palestinians carry the coffins of people who were shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights during a funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus June 6, 2011. Israeli troops fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Syria who rushed to the border fence on Sunday in what Israel called a challenge to its sovereignty. Syrian state-run media said 23 were killed. "Anyone who tries to cross the border will be killed," Israeli soldiers shouted through loudspeakers at the crowd of several hundred on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights who rallied to a Facebook call to march to the frontier on the 44th anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/ Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2ND3D
June 06, 2011
Palestinians carry the coffins of people who were shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan...
Damascus, Syria
Palestinians carry the coffins of people during a funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus
Palestinians carry the coffins of people who were shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights during a funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus June 6, 2011. Israeli troops fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Syria who rushed to the border fence on Sunday in what Israel called a challenge to its sovereignty. Syrian state-run media said 23 were killed. "Anyone who tries to cross the border will be killed," Israeli soldiers shouted through loudspeakers at the crowd of several hundred on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights who rallied to a Facebook call to march to the frontier on the 44th anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/ Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2ND33
June 06, 2011
Palestinians carry a picture and the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk...
Damascus, Syria
Palestinians carry a picture and the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk...
Palestinians carry a picture and the coffin of Enas Abdullah Shrerth during her funeral in al-Yarmouk camp near Damascus June 6, 2011. Shrerth was shot dead yesterday by Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights. Israeli troops fired at Palestinian demonstrators in Syria who rushed to the border fence on Sunday in what Israel called a challenge to its sovereignty. Syrian state-run media said 23 were killed. "Anyone who tries to cross the border will be killed," Israeli soldiers shouted through loudspeakers at the crowd of several hundred on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights who rallied to a Facebook call to march to the frontier on the 44th anniversary of the Arab defeat in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANNIVERSARY)
RTR2NCD6
June 06, 2011
PALESTINIANS/GOLAN - Map and factbox of the Golan Heights. RNGS. (SIN01)
multiple cities, multiple countries
PALESTINIANS/GOLAN C
PALESTINIANS/GOLAN - Map and factbox of the Golan Heights. RNGS. (SIN01)
Anniversary
Anniversary
Marking 44 Years Since Mid-East War - 05 Jun 2011
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ISRAEL/
RTR2N6C3
June 01, 2011
Israeli border policemen secure an alley as Israeli youth march on their way to the Western Wall during...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli border policemen secure an alley as Israeli youth march during celebrations marking Jerusalem...
Israeli border policemen secure an alley as Israeli youth march on their way to the Western Wall during celebrations marking Jerusalem Day, Jerusalem's Old City, June 1, 2011. Jerusalem Day marks the anniversary of Israel's capture of the Eastern part of the city during the 1967 Middle East War. Israel annexed East Jerusalem as part of its capital in a move not recognized internationally. REUTERS/Nir Elias (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2DST9
May 12, 2010
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day May 12,...
Jerusalem, multiple countries
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day May 12, 2010. Israel is celebrating the anniversary of the "unification" of Jerusalem, marking 43 years since it captured mainly Arab east Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: ANNIVERSARY)
ISRAEL/
RTR2DST3
May 12, 2010
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day May 12,...
Jerusalem, United Kingdom
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day
Israelis walk inside Jerusalem's Old City as they take part in a march marking Jerusalem Day May 12, 2010. Israel is celebrating the anniversary of the "unification" of Jerusalem, marking 43 years since it captured mainly Arab east Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/Ammar Awad(JERUSALEM - Tags: ANNIVERSARY)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLEMENTS
RTXOK6R
May 27, 2009
A Jewish settler prays in a makeshift synagogue at the Maoz Esther outpost near the Jewish settlement...
KOKHAV HASHAHAR, Palestinian Territories
Jewish settler prays in a makeshift synagogue at the Maoz Esther outpost, northeast of Ramallah
A Jewish settler prays in a makeshift synagogue at the Maoz Esther outpost near the Jewish settlement of Kokhav Hashahar, northeast of the West Bank city of Ramallah May 27, 2009. The unauthorized settler outpost in the occupied West Bank was broken up by Israeli police last Thursday. About half a million Jews live in settlements and smaller outposts built in the West Bank and Arab East Jerusalem, territory captured by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (WEST BANK POLITICS RELIGION)
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