Shaikh, Farzana
October 2005
World Today;Oct2005, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p14
Comments on the decision of Pakistan and Israel to make public their negotiation for reconciliation. Condition of Israeli officials to publicize their past meetings to ease the country's diplomatic isolation; Claim of the influence of rapprochement with Jewish Israel on the commitment of Palestine to the Muslim cause; Approval of the withdrawal of Israel from Gaza.


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