Halevi, Yossi Klein
December 2001
New Republic;12/17/2002, Vol. 225 Issue 25, p13
Offers observations on the desire of Israelis for normalcy following prolonged violence in the region. How this violence affects otherwise normal activities, such as socializing; Optimism of Israeli leaders Shimon Peres and Ariel Sharon; Possible impact of a United States attack on Iraq on this normalcy; Report on asking for international help after terrorism in Israel; Resistance of fatalism by Israelies; Warning by Israeli military intelligence that if the United States hits Iraq, Iraq President Saddam Hussein will likely retaliate with a chemical attack on Israeli cities.


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