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January 20, 2006
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Almost two-thirds of Israelis would agree to cede areas of eastern Jerusalem to the Palestinians under a peace deal, a survey found. According to the poll published this week by the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, 63 percent of Israeli adults would give up Arab neighborhoods in the capital as part of a diplomatic breakthrough, though the vast majority rule out such concessions on the Western Wall or Temple Mount.

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