The Middle East Again

February 1978
National Review;2/3/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p134
The article presents updates on Middle East negotiations which was re-opened in Jerusalem on February 3, 1978. Diplomacy creates opportunities to face the real issue between Israel and Palestine. Menachem Begin drew his domestic political resources as Anwar Sadat did when he broke Arab ranks to go to Jerusalem and put his political career at stake. Israel is making the next move to reach a settlement with the Palestinians on West Bank and Gaza.


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