Notes and Comment

August 1988
New Yorker;8/15/88, Vol. 64 Issue 26, p17
Discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. Acts of resistance by the Palestinians; Israelis' deportation of Palestinians to Lebanon; Case of Mubarak Awad, the Palestinian social worker and pacifist who prompted headlines in the U.S. when Israel deported him; Israeli authorities' arrest of Awad on charges of inciting violence and residing in Israel illegally; Israel's charges against Awad; Awad's response to a journalist's query about the two-state solution in which the security of both Israel and an independent Palestinian stat would be internationally guaranteed.


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