Dangerous deadlock nobody wants

Trendle, Giles
October 1997
Middle East;Oct97, Issue 271, p11
Reports on the efforts of Israel to extricate itself militarily from Southern Lebanon. Details on the relationship between the two countries; Questions relating to the security offered by Israel's occupation zone; Reference to the mid-air collision of two Israeli helicopters; Details on the Jezzine area in Lebanon; Information on the `Jezzine First' option.


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