December 1981
New Republic;12/30/81, Vol. 185 Issue 26, p7
Focuses on Israel's policy towards the Golan Heights. Annexing of the Golan Heights by Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin; Report on work of Begin towards Israel's own political system; Information on the Israel Jewish State Golan Heights and its improving condition; Plans of peace of European countries towards Israel; Relations of Syria with Israel, before and after annexation of Golan Heights.


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