Lancaster, Pat
May 2002
Middle East;May2002, Issue 323, p14
Reports the warning of King Abdullah Hussein II for Israel concerning the terror campaign of Israelis against Palestinians. Demand of the King for Israel withdrawal from the West Bank; Initiation of pro-Palestinian demonstration by Queen Rania; Role of Jordan in the Arab-Israeli conflict.


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