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JACKSONLAND by Steve Inskeep

kirkusreviews.com — NPR's Morning Edition co-host Inskeep ( Instant City: Life and Death in Karachi, 2011) returns with a review of the forces and events leading to the expulsion of the Cherokees from their ancestral homelands. In this lively narrative aimed at general readers, the author carefully avoids demonizing or patronizing his main characters.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

wlrn.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

wvpublic.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

wabe.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

wnyc.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

npr.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

kcur.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A New Community Rises In The West Bank ... And It's Not Israeli

kuow.org — Palestinian investor Bashar Masri is building an entirely new city in the West Bank. It's a huge investment, with 5,000 new homes for tens of thousands of families. And in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's also a political statement. As we approached this new city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah, we saw a row of high-rise apartment buildings topped by construction cranes.

A Rail Line That Crosses Jerusalem's Divide, But Can't Unite It

wlrn.org — David Felber was out of breath when he met up with us at the Pigsat Ze'ev Light Rail station in East Jerusalem. "We missed the 8 o'clock train," he panted. He didn't want to miss the 8:05. The 53-year-old was on his way to work at the Ministry of Education in West Jerusalem.

A Rail Line That Crosses Jerusalem's Divide, But Can't Unite It

wvpublic.org — David Felber was out of breath when he met up with us at the Pigsat Ze'ev Light Rail station in East Jerusalem. "We missed the 8 o'clock train," he panted. He didn't want to miss the 8:05. The 53-year-old was on his way to work at the Ministry of Education in West Jerusalem.
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