Wieseltier, Leon
September 2004
New Republic;9/27/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 13, p38
Offers a look at the plans of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to withdraw Israeli settlers from the Gaza Strip in an attempt to make peace with Palestine as of September 2004. Criticism of the evacuation of Israeli settlers from the West Bank by various Israeli groups; Statement that the removal of the settlements is not an attempt to deny the rights of Jews; Purpose of the Israel Defense Forces; Discussion of the obstacles to peace between Arabs and Israelis.


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