Grasping the nettle

Darwish, Adel
November 1999
Middle East;Nov99, Issue 295, p16
Reports the political move of King Abdullah of Jordan against the Hamas, the Palestinian Radical Islamic Resistance Movement. Arrest the Hamas' leaders and closure of its offices; Effects on the relationship between the Amman and the Israelis; Peace deals between the Palestinians and the Israelis; Cooperation between Jordan and Israel.


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