We refuse to be enemies

August 2002
New Internationalist;Aug2002, Issue 348, p13
Presents several views from the victims of the war between Israel and Palestine. Agony of the innocent victims on the conflict of both nations; Appeal of Israeli Cedar Duaylis to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon; Proximity of Palestinians to the Israel settlement.


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