Dion Nissenbaum

Wall Street Journal

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Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and author of A Street Divided: Stories from Jerusalem's Alley of God; former Jerusalem bureau chief for McClatchy Newspapers

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Turkey today escalated its fight against ISIS by sending tanks, warplanes and special operations forces into the Syrian town of Jarabulus. American airplanes joined the operation.

Turkish ground troops launch offensive in Syria

Turkey today escalated its fight against ISIS by sending tanks, warplanes and special operations forces into the Syrian town of Jarabulus. American airplanes joined the operation.

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In 2015, US-backed negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians hit a diplomatic wall, and there's no place that demonstrates the complexity of the conflict better than a tiny…

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In 2015, US-backed negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians hit a diplomatic wall, and there's no place that demonstrates the complexity of the conflict better than a tiny…

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As the Israeli-Palestinian stand-off continues, there's no place that demonstrates the complexity of the issues that a street in Jerusalem called “The Alley of God.”

A Street at the Epicenter of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

As the Israeli-Palestinian stand-off continues, there's no place that demonstrates the complexity of the issues that a street in Jerusalem called “The Alley of God.”

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