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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Will the Palestinian UN Move Impact Prospects for Peace?

  • Aired: 11/28/2012
  • 07:50
  • Rating: E
As Palestinians go to the United Nations to ask for more recognition, Margaret Warner talks to Ghaith al-Omari of New America Foundation and David Makovsky of the Washington Institute about why the different Palestinian factions are seeking a status change and how it may affect tensions with Israel and longterm peace prospects.
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