It's the turn of the kings and knaves

Hilsum, Lindsey
April 2002
New Statesman;4/15/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4583, p12
Comments on the outlook for peace in the Arab-Israeli conflict. Opinion of Israel's former prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, that there is only a military solution to terrorism; Concern of Arab leaders that siding with the U.S. in its war on terrorism could destabilize their governments, since most of the Arab population supports Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat; Description of conditions in Bethlehem under Israeli military occupation.


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