Fragmented and in Flux: Would-be 'Liberators' of Palestine

Karnow, Stanley
March 1975
New Republic;3/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 9, p19
Focuses on the Palestine Liberation Organization which has experienced a series of diplomatic victories since it was granted legitimacy by the Arab states at their summit in Rabat, Morocco, in October 1974. Invitation extended to the organizations leader Yasir Arafat to address the United Nation General Assembly; Countries that have recognized the organization; Possibility of the recognition of the existence of Israel by Arafat in exchange for an independent Palestinian state; Dilemma of Arafat who is under pressure from the radicals against his relatively temperate policy towards Israel.


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