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“All focus must be on attacking the settlement project diplomatically, politically and legally,” said one Fatah source.
The organization was first formed in 2006. It operates from both the Golan Heights and Syria, and is reportedly tied to the Syrian government.
“Religious totalitarianism is not just the belief that one religion is right,” added Patel, “but also that there is only one correct interpretation of that religion and everyone should practice it or else.”
He said metal detectors are far more effective, noting instances in which the detectors caught banned objects while the body screeners missed them.
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