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Nathan Hoft-March: Dispatches from Middle East - Appleton Post Crescent


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Nathan Hoft-March: Dispatches from Middle East
Appleton Post Crescent
Souleiman, whom I met two weeks ago, lives in a cozy middle-class home on the north side of Beit Sahour. He has several sheep, a sizable cistern, a Japanese car in decent repair, and a front-row view of Har Homa. That last is an Israeli settlement—the ...
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