No early solution in sight

Blanford, Nicholas
November 1999
Middle East;Nov99, Issue 295, p18
Reports reactions of the Lebanese and Israeli government on permanent settlement of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. Placement of refugees in Lebanon by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency; Rejection of the Taif Accord on permanent settlement of Palestinians in Lebanon; Impact on Christians and Muslims in Lebanon; Social conditions of the refugees.


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