Lancaster, Pat
May 2002
Middle East;May2002, Issue 323, p11
Reports the support of President Saddam Hussein to the Palestinian cause in the Israeli-Palestinian war in Middle East. Decision of Hussein in cutting Iraqi oil exports; Opposition on the proposed military action against Iraq by Prime Minister Tony Blair; Rejection of Israel Prime Minister Ariel Sharon concerning the peace plan of the Arab countries.


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