A wall between the outskirts of Jerusalem and the West Bank village of Abu Dis was erected in 2004, part of a controversial security barrier. Palestinians condemn the barrier. Advocates of Christian churches divesting from some companies have cited the barrier wall as a factor in their decision.
A wall between the outskirts of Jerusalem and the West Bank village of Abu Dis was erected in 2004, part of a controversial security barrier. Palestinians condemn the barrier. Advocates of Christian churches divesting from some companies have cited the barrier wall as a factor in their decision. File photo The Associated Press
A wall between the outskirts of Jerusalem and the West Bank village of Abu Dis was erected in 2004, part of a controversial security barrier. Palestinians condemn the barrier. Advocates of Christian churches divesting from some companies have cited the barrier wall as a factor in their decision. File photo The Associated Press

Churches debate pulling investments to fight what some call Israel’s ‘occcupation of Palestine’

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