The Future of Jerusalem

Can one city serve as the capital of both Israel and a future state of Palestine? The last in our four-part series on the key barriers to peace in the Middle East.


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Read the transcript for this chapter here. See the full special report here. Zvika Krieger gives an overview for the report here. Credits are listed here.

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