In this Tuesday, May 24, 2011 file photo, Palestinian workers wait in line to cross back after working in Israel, at the Azun checkpoint near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Elkana, near Nablus. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit, File)
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The United States expressed concern Tuesday regarding Israel's treatment of U.S. citizens traveling to the country following recent reports of Palestinian-Americans being denied entry.The comments came in response to a question about reports of U.S. citizens, particularly those eligible for a Palestinian Authority ID card, being denied entry into Israel after landing at Ben Gurion Airport outside Tel Aviv.Kirby did not address the specifics of individual reports, instead referring reporters to Israeli authorities.Kirby said this was an ongoing subject of discussions between the U.S. and its ally Israel.
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