JERUSALEM, 5 Nov (JMCC) — Israel
's long-awaited, $2 billion high-speed train that will run from Tel Aviv through Jerusalem is alarming many international spectators as planners moved parts of the route into the West Bank. Critics say that violates international law because the construction has seized occupied Palestinian land and won't serve West Bankers.The Palestinian self-rule government will resort to all legal and possible diplomatic methods to try to end this violation of Palestinian rights, spokesman Ghassan Khatib said. He called on foreign companies to withdraw from the project.
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