Mourning without end?

Lief, Louise; Makovsky, David
February 1995
U.S. News & World Report;2/6/95, Vol. 118 Issue 5, p45
Focuses on Israel's growing frustration with Islamic terrorism. How the promise of the Mideast peace process is fading; Palestinian suicide attack that killed 20 young Israelis at Beit Lid; Difficulty penetrating the secretive terrorist groups; Problems of crackdown in Gaza against Islamic Jihad and Hamas. INSET: Arafat's bickering cops (Palestine security forces).


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