'The End of Dreams'

Hammer, Joshua; Chen, Joanna
April 2004
Newsweek;4/26/2004, Vol. 143 Issue 17, p36
Reports on the new initiative of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon which has the endorsement of President George W. Bush. Initiative that is a scheme to better manage conflict rather than a route to peace; How targeted killings will be a part of the plan; Recent killing of Sheik Ahmed Yassin and Abdel-Aziz Rantisi of Hamas; How Major General Yisrael Ziv has become the point man in Sharon's approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; How the collapse of peace talks has spurred this new initiative; Details of Sharon's plan: How the Bush endorsement further weakened America's allies; Belief by some that the killings only make Hamas will stronger.


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