November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p4
Reports on the deterioration of the peace process in the West Bank. Explosion of violence following Israeli politician Ariel Sharon's appearance at the Haram Al Sherif, the third holiest shrine in Islam; Consideration of Sharon's move as the final challenge to Palestinian and Muslim rights in Israel's battle for sovereignty over Jerusalem.


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