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Bella Gelsson and her daughter Olha, (L) along with one of their five dogs, pause October 14 while raking up stones on this hilltop Jewish settlement outside of Itamar in the northern West Bank near Nablus. Behind is seen the tiny Palestinian village of Khan Yanun located on the other side of a small valley. Israeli officials said Prime Minister Ehud Barak has set a precedent by getting Jewish settlers to remove their outposts by agreement rather than confrontation. No one in this 'caravan' outpost however was making any moves today towards tearing down their five caravans. In fact residents w

Bella Gelsson and her daughter Olha, (L) along with one of their five dogs, pause October 14 while raking up stones on this hilltop Jewish settlement outside of Itamar in the northern West Bank near Nablus. Behind is seen the tiny Palestinian village of Khan Yanun located on the other side of a small valley. Israeli officials said Prime Minister Ehud Barak has set a precedent by getting Jewish settlers to remove their outposts by agreement rather than confrontation. No one in this 'caravan' outpost however was making any moves today towards tearing down their five caravans. In fact residents w Stock Photo
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REUTERS / Alamy Stock Photo

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2D5BYTB

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7.1 MB (277.3 KB Compressed download)

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2048 x 1206 px | 34.7 x 20.4 cm | 13.7 x 8 inches | 150dpi

Date taken:

14 October 1999

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Bella Gelsson and her daughter Olha, (L) along with one of their five dogs, pause October 14 while raking up stones on this hilltop Jewish settlement outside of Itamar in the northern West Bank near Nablus. Behind is seen the tiny Palestinian village of Khan Yanun located on the other side of a small valley. Israeli officials said Prime Minister Ehud Barak has set a precedent by getting Jewish settlers to remove their outposts by agreement rather than confrontation. No one in this 'caravan' outpost however was making any moves today towards tearing down their five caravans. In fact residents were busy beautifying this tiny settlement. JWH

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