A store in Bethlehem has replaced the traditional manger scene with an olive wood carving of the Israeli wall that cuts Bethlehem off from Jerusalem.
A store in Bethlehem has replaced the traditional manger scene with an olive wood carving of the Israeli wall that cuts Bethlehem off from Jerusalem. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
A store in Bethlehem has replaced the traditional manger scene with an olive wood carving of the Israeli wall that cuts Bethlehem off from Jerusalem. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

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December 24, 2007 6:00 AM

In Bethlehem, away with the manger

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