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Proposed Land Swap Israel-Palestine 1993-2001

Description
This polygon datsaet represents Peace Now's interpretation of one of a number of potential land swaps discussed by American and Israeli civil servants during the Clinton Administration (1993-2001). The proposed land swaps were intended to help resolve the territorial dispute between Israel and Palestine via a two-state agreement. The polygon represents lands that what would be officially annexed by Israel according to one of the proposed solutions. This specific Israeli territorial acquisition leaves out the highly contested Isreali locality of Ma'ale Adumim in the West Bank.
Publisher
Shalom akhshav (Organization : Israel)
Place(s)
Israel, West Bank, Gaza Strip, Asia, Northern Hemisphere, Eastern Hemisphere, and Palestine
Subject(s)
polygon, boundaries, society, planningCadastre, Arab-Israeli conflict., Israel--Boundaries, and Administrative and political divisions
Year
1993-01-01T01:01:01Z
Held by
Tufts
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