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A private tour of the Hebron Heights winery

At a settlers' winery in an illegal settlement outside Hebron, boxes are labeled “Made in Israel," and a bottle of Riesling says “Jerusalem Winery, Israel" -- false labels to get around EU restrictions on the sale of settlement goods. Two European visitors get photographic proof.
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