Palestinian village welcomes Israeli shoppers
"This shows that we can live together. For those who do not believe it, they should come here and see."
- Jalal Khleif, mayor of Nabi Elyas
Linoy, a five-year-old Israeli girl, happily nibbled some chocolate as she accompanied her parents on a shopping spree on a busy street with storefront signs written in Hebrew.
But with attacks by militants on Israelis now rare in the West Bank, consumers are venturing back to an area once known as a bargain-hunter's paradise.