The P.L.O. fights terrorism

Hamad, Jamil
September 1998
Time;9/7/1998, Vol. 152 Issue 10, p24
Reports that it was Palestinian intelligence that trapped Abu Nidal for planning to assassinate Yasser Arafat. Fear of retaliation from Nidal's followers.


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