Remembering the facts

Wall, James M.
June 1996
Christian Century;6/19/96, Vol. 113 Issue 20, p643
Reports on the implications of the swearing in of a new Israeli government to the country's peace and security. Construction of settlements in occupied lands; Depriving Palestinians of revenue from a Christian site; Rights of religious Israelis to have access to sacred places.


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