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Israelis Back Barrier In Wake of Attacks

Hague Court to Weigh Wall’s Effects. Hanan Michaeli was standing next to the driver of Egged Bus No. 14 Sunday morning when the world around him exploded. “I saw the smoke, and there were people jumping out of the windows of the bus into the street,” Michaeli, 90, said from his hospital bed, his head heavily bandaged and bloody nicks speckling his face. “When I got off the bus myself, I looked at it, saw how destroyed it was, and saw that it was like the bus they are sending to Holland,” he said. Israel has shipped the wreckage of a bus destroyed in a previous suicide bombing to The Hague, where on Monday the International Court of Justice begins three days of hearings on the 450-mile fence complex Israel is building through and around the West Bank. The bus will be put on public display to show why Israeli officials believe the fence is necessary. Full Story

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