The Israeli Supreme Court has given its stamp of approval, at least temporarily, to an army policy of keeping a key West Bank highway off-limits to Palestinian drivers, as New York Times correspondent Ethan
today. The irony: The Israeli government originally told the Court that the road was being built to serve local Palestinians. Bronner notes that I've found the paper trail in Israeli archives proving that the road was actually as part of the Israeli settlement effort in the West Bank. The explanation
(and the documents) are up at South Jerusalem, my new blog.
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