Activist Huwada Aaraf talks to an Israeli soldier who happened to be on the bus as Palestinians adopted a new tactic in their confrontations with Israeli authorities in the West Bank, boarding buses intended for Jewish settlers in what they say is an effort to emulate the civil rights movement in the United States.
Activist Huwada Aaraf talks to an Israeli soldier who happened to be on the bus as Palestinians adopted a new tactic in their confrontations with Israeli authorities in the West Bank, boarding buses intended for Jewish settlers in what they say is an effort to emulate the civil rights movement in the United States. Maya Levin/MCT
Activist Huwada Aaraf talks to an Israeli soldier who happened to be on the bus as Palestinians adopted a new tactic in their confrontations with Israeli authorities in the West Bank, boarding buses intended for Jewish settlers in what they say is an effort to emulate the civil rights movement in the United States. Maya Levin/MCT

Palestinians board Israeli settler buses to protest travel restrictions

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