Israelis Can't Make Peace With the Palestinians Until They Make Peace With Themselves

Marshall, Rachelle
August 2000
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Aug2000, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p7
Focuses on the problems encountered by the Israeli government on political violence, treason and obstructionism causing its resistance to a peaceful agreement with Palestine. Preparation against Palestinian protest demonstrations; Obstructionism of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Mubarak's coalition; Accusation of extremist settlers and rabbis against the prime minister.


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