Undermining the peace

October 1996
Commonweal;10/11/96, Vol. 123 Issue 17, p5
Comments on the state of the peace process between Israel and Palestine following the outbreak of violence in Jerusalem, Gaza and the West Bank. Significance of the opening of an entrance to an ancient tunnel running near the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque; Lack of a single public gesture from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud government to assure Palestinians regarding the peace process.


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