A Costly Diagnosis

Land disputes can hardly be called a novelty in the region between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers, where Israel and Palestine have both made religious and cultural claims. While the Gaza Strip and West Bank areas have long witnessed the political ramifications of arms conflict, government controls, and economic sanctions, there is another deeper, though less tangible implication of these developments:  the Israeli occupation has taken a costly toll on the mental health of the Palestinian population.

Since the British Mandate over

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