Lost Perspectives m the a Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Ben-Meir, Alon
January 2006
Humanist;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p7
This article observes how Israelis' and Palestinians' misconstrued perceptions of each other's positions and assessments of the prevailing political and on-the-ground conditions have aggravated their relationship as of January 2005 thus preventing the peace process to move forward. The current sources of disagreement between Israelis and Palestinians are noted.


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