IDF to make series of gestures to PA

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 24, 2010 01:53

 
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The IDF has announced a series of steps designed to help Palestinians in the West Bank, Israel Radio reported Monday. Tourists will be permitted to pass through all passages to Bethlehem, and 50 Jewish tour guides are to be granted entry to Bethlehem and Jericho.

The IDF is slated to remove Sixty road blocks in the West Bank, open the Daharia checkpoint south of Hebron and the Keidar road for unrestricted Palestinian movement.

Also announced were simplified entry procedures for Palestinian businessmen in all entry points to the West Bank.

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