Out of proportion

Wall, James M.
May 1996
Christian Century;5/22/96, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p563
Focuses on Israel's bombardment of a United Nations compound at Cana in Lebanon, where an estimated 100 civilians died. United Nations' claim that the bombardment was a deliberate and sustained attack; Israel's bombardment as a response to rocket attacks from the guerilla group Hezbollah, which opposes Israel's occupation of southern Lebanon; United States' withdrawal of its support for the bombings.


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