Mideast Hope, Caution

October 1998
Christian Science Monitor;10/26/98, Vol. 90 Issue 232, p20
Editorial. Answers two important questions about the peace agreement signed by Israel and Palestine in October of 1998. The ability of the agreement to restore enough confidence in the Israeli-Arab peace process to neutralize the role played by extremists in each country; The ability of the agreement to bring both parties to the final-status talks concerning Jerusalem, the West Bank and Palestinian statehood.


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