A Palestinian State with Temporary Borders – A Historical Catastrophe

Haetzni, Elyakim
September 2013
Maccabean;Sep2013, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p1
The article discusses Palestine's sovereignty claim over Judea and Samaria, in which topics explored include pressure to be faced by Israel from establishing an instant state for Arabs in Palestine and the impact of Israeli recognition of Palestinian sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.


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