The Trouble With Silence

Peraino, Kevin; Chen, Joanna
March 2008
Newsweek;3/17/2008, Vol. 151 Issue 11, p8
This article reports on the continued violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and recent calls for direct negotiations in 2008. In a poll, 64 percent of respondents favored the idea of peace talks with the radical Islamist group Hamas. Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal has also reported that his organization would be open for talks. The article also discusses the failures of the Gaza policy in Israel.


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