Arafat grapples with his 'young guard'

Blanche, Ed
September 2002
Middle East;Sep2002, Issue 326, p16
Focuses on the power struggle within the leadership of president Yasser Arafat in Palestine. Opposition of the people on the autocratic style of his leadership; Feud between the leader and General Intelligence Service head Amin Al Hindi; Consideration of Israelis for a unilateral withdrawal.


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