On the cusp of conflict?

July 1998
Middle East;Jul98, Issue 280, p13
Reports on the failure of the Israeli Palestinian peace process and the violence between the Palestinians and the Israelis in the Middle East. Examination of the scuffles which broke out between Jewish Settlers in Arab East Jerusalem and Palestinians on June 8, 1998; Details on the militant Islamic movement Hamas burning Israeli and American flags; Why the Israeli Palestinian peace process failed.


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