World: The Anger of the Palestinians

In the West Bank, even advocating peace has its hazards

The accumulated violence in the Israeli-occupied West Bank has led to a new consensus of smoldering anger among Palestinians that has drastically curtailed the voices of moderation. Last week, after completing a tour of Palestinian communities in three Arab countries and in the occupied territories. TIME Jerusalem Bureau Chief David Aikman filed this report:

At an Al-Fatah headquarters near the ruins of the Nabatiya refugee camp in Lebanon, flattened by an Israeli air strike in 1974, an unsmiling fedayeen officer in camouflage fatigues declares...

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