January 1989
New Republic;1/9/89-1/16/89, Vol. 200 Issue 2/3, p9
Focuses on the political leadership of the chief of Palestinian Liberation Organization Yasir Arafat. Criticism of Arafat for his actions during a visit to Europe that reflect his anti-Jew attitude and ideology; Escalation of political conflict with Israel; Concession with the Geneva Convention; Participation in international peace conference.


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