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Which is one ongoing obstacle to peace between Israel and Palestinian Arabs?


A.

Israel will not give up its settlements on the Sinai Peninsula.

B.

Palestinians want to take back land that once belonged to their families. <------(this is my answer)

C.

The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) continues to deny Israel's right to exist.

D.

Egypt has refused to negotiate with Israel.

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