TITLE

How much longer?

AUTHOR(S)
Lancaster, Pat
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
Middle East;Jun2004, Issue 346, p66
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Just when it seems things cannot get more desperate for the Palestinians of the Occupied Territories, they do. Just about every human rights organisation worth its salt has denounced the Israeli cruelty to Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories but such talk doesn't worry the Israelis who believe they are bombproof from outside as long as they are tucked under the wing of the U.S. As the Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei pleaded with the U.S. National Security advisor Condoleeza Rice to put pressure on Israel to halt the demolitions, during a meeting in Berlin in mid-May, the Israeli army announced it had sealed off the area around Rafah refugee camp in Gaza to prevent the escape of militants and intended to step up work on flattening hundreds of homes earmarked for demolition.
ACCESSION #
13277327

 

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