Palestinian Frustration and the Road to Baghdad

Rubenstein, Danny
March 1991
Tikkun (Duke University Press);Mar/Apr91, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p11
Examines the history of political conflict and relations between Iraq and Palestine. Emphasis on the Palestinian's anger at Iraq for mounting a military assault on Iran; Criticisms against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein; Overview of the political relations of Palestine with other Asian countries; Emphasis on how the Palestinians coaxed the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to formulate a political strategy that would lead to negotiation and reconciliation with Israel; PLO support for the principle of two states for two peoples within the land of Israel-Palestine; Indications of political and social history in the region.


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