Grasping At Levers West Bank moderates grapple with the peace accords

November 1978
Time;11/6/1978, Vol. 112 Issue 19, p55
The article focuses on how the Palestinians view the Camp David Accord signed between Israel and Egypt. It mentions that the accord was rejected by the Palestinians in its essence because it fell short of their goal of independent West Bank and Gaza. It mentions that different factions were being require to insists that the negotiation should be between Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israel. However, Israel rejects any participation of the PLO to the negotiation and Israel wants to include the presence of King of Jordan Hussein in the negotiation. It adds that based on the statement of Major General Avraham Orly of Israel, his country is ready for negotiation on various issues including taxes, internal security and immigration.


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