Living on the Roller Coaster

October 1975
Time;10/27/1975, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p36
The article reports on the non-ending conflict in Lebanon. It cites that the left-wing Moslems and right-wing Christians have made peace and embraced each other, which lead to the restoration of businesses. However, the goodwill was disrupted due to a full scale fighting between a Palestinian refugee camp at Tel Zaatar and Phalange-dominated neighborhood of Dekwaneh. It mentions that Arab diplomats are concerned of the situation in which they decided to have an emergency meeting of the Arab League at its headquarters in Cairo, Egypt.


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