Goell, Yosef
October 1989
New Republic;10/23/89, Vol. 201 Issue 17, p16
Focuses on the interest of the Western media on the intifada, the revolution of Palestinian Arabs in the territories occupied by Israel since the Six Day War of June 1967. Emergence of a Palestinian nationalism among the Arabs; Organization of an Israeli-Arab leadership; Influence of the intifada on the violent behavior of Israeli Arabs.


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