Israeli settlers have been slowly nibbling away at Palestine's West Bank territory for four decades. Three hundred thousand settlers now occupy outposts that range in size from plywood shacks to full-blown suburban housing complexes. Their abundance has ground the much ballyhooed two-state solution to a halt. VICE correspondent Simon Ostrovsky travels from Tel Aviv to the remote West Bank outposts where young Israelis squat for the sake of their heritage. But first, Simon pops in for some quick counterterrorism training with a member of Israel's Special Forces, just in case.
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