Lancaster, Pat
March 2001
Middle East;Mar2001, Issue 310, p8
Reports on the reaction of Arab countries to the election of war veteran Ariel Sharon as Israeli prime minister. Arab-Israeli conflict sparked by Sharon's visit to Jerusalem; Incidents in Arab nations linked to Sharon during his military career; Keys to Sharon's electoral victory.


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