Israel in Lebanon

Walzer, Michael
April 1978
New Republic;4/8/78, Vol. 178 Issue 14, p17
Discusses about the Israeli invasion in Lebanon in response to terrorist attack from the latter. Revelation that the United Nations (UN) were forces to move into Southern Lebanon to resolve terrorism problem in the country; Objective of the UN to control and repress Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); Justification of Israeli's counter attacks against Lebanon; Aim of Israeli military operation to target armed men and women of the PLO; Argument against the fighting strategy of Israel, which was directed against Lebanon.


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