Weidenfeld, George
June 1990
National Review;6/25/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p33
Focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict. Five point summary of General Tamir; Involvement of the British mandate of Palestine; Link between the Palestinian state and Jordan; Economic and security issues; Concerns of Arabs in East Jerusalem.


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