1. The opening at the beginning of the book is a wandering of the streets of ____________ from sunrise to high noon.
2. Shipler focuses on the variety of ____________ at the Damascus Gate at the start of the book.
3. Shipler begins to describe the history of the Palestinian and the Israeli ________ to help the reader gain perspective.
4. Shipler plans to reveal the broad forces in the area which contribute to ______________.
5. Shipler seeks to catalog the ___________ each side has of the other side.
6. Shipler seeks to unravel the complexities of interaction by which the tiny minority of high-minded individuals strive to bridge the gap of ___________.
7. Both sides, it seems to Shipler, have many ________, making a discussion of them all the more difficult.
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