Beinart, Peter
April 2002
New Republic;4/15/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 14, p6
Comments on the reaction of the U.S. and Israeli governments to the violence in Netanya, Haifa and Jerusalem in 2002. Ways to resolve the contradictions in the statements issued by President George W. Bush on the conflict; Criticisms on the failure of Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat to curb terrorism; Role of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in the explosion of violence in the region.


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