Pryce-Jones, David
February 1988
New Republic;2/1/88, Vol. 198 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the involvement of the British Foreign Office in the conflict between West Bank and Gaza Strip. Visit of a British Foreign Office minister named David Mellor to Gaza Strip; Role of the Foreign Office to deprive Israelis in the Gaza Strip and its twin, in the West Bank, of their civil rights; Assumption that Foreign Office Arabists have a collective love for the Arabs; History of the British involvement in Palestine; Failure of Great Britain to partition Palestine into Arab and Jewish sectors; Information that the Jews achieved statehood while the Egyptians occupied Gaza and Jordan held the West Bank; Efforts of Palestine Liberation Organization to stimulate a mass movement of revolt against Israel's occupation of Gaza Strip; Proposal of a constitutional structure, taking into account the rights of Arabs and Jews; Renewal of family and tribal order for the emergence of Palestinian electorate.


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