December 1994
New Republic;12/12/94, Vol. 211 Issue 24, p7
Calls for the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) under Yasir Arafat to accede to a peace treaty that brings peace to the Israelis. Reaction of Palestinians to the violent encounters between the PLO police and Hamas militants in Gaza, Jerusalem and the West Bank; Demands of Israelis for the Palestine National Council under a peace mediated by the U.S.; Reason behind the difficulty of having peace negotiations with Islamic militants.


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