Israeli right wing activists hold signs as they protest outside the residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, not seen, in Jerusalem, Monday, July 27. 2009. U.S. Mideast envoy George Mitchell on Monday pressed Israel to start "dealing" with its West Bank settlements as a step toward bringing a comprehensive peace to the Middle East. Netanyahu has rejected an absolute construction freeze, saying existing settlements must be allowed to expand to accommodate "natural growth" in their populations. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi /ABACAUSA.COM (image by Olivier Fitoussi)
Israeli right wing activists hold signs as they protest outside the residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, not seen, in Jerusalem, Monday, July 27. 2009. U.S. Mideast envoy George Mitchell on Monday pressed Israel to start "dealing" with its West Bank settlements as a step toward bringing a comprehensive peace to the Middle East. Netanyahu has rejected an absolute construction freeze, saying existing settlements must be allowed to expand to accommodate "natural growth" in their populations. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi /ABACAUSA.COM
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