With peace in the cross fire

Beyer, Lisa; Fischer, Dean
January 1997
Time International (South Pacific Edition);01/13/97, Issue 2, p22
Discusses the incident in Hebron, West Bank, in which Israeli soldier Noam Friedman opened fire in a crowded Arab market, wounding six people. His history of religious hatred of Palestinians; His desire to keep Hebron a Jewish-controlled city; The city's religious importance to Jews and Muslims; The effect which the shooting had on Israeli-Arab negotiations for Israeli military pullback from Hebron.


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