Israel in Lebanon: Stay or go?

Trevarthen, Simon; Venter, Al J.
May 1999
Middle East;May99, Issue 290, p10
Focuses on the debate on the unilateral withdrawal of Israel from its self-proclaimed security zone in South Lebanon. Reason for the strong public opinion on the troops pullout of Israel from Lebanon; Proposal of Israel Foreign Minister Ariel Sharon and Labor Party leader Yossi Beilin on the Lebanon situation; Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's reaction to the proposals; State of the border war of Israel and South Lebanon.


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