Israel's Strategy for Combating Palestinian Terror

Amidror, Jacob
October 2002
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2002, Issue 32, p117
Focuses on Israel's strategy to combat Palestinians eager to force their demands on Israel by violence. Origins of strategy; Conditions necessary for a negotiation between Israel and Palestine; Need of international support by Israel.


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