Rees, Matt; Hamad, Jamil
August 2004
Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/2/2004, Issue 30, p13
The article focuses on incidents of violence and political corruption in the regime of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. In Gaza, members of Arafat's own organization Fatah have issued leaflets accusing his henchmen of corruption and violence. Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei has shown his desire to resign owing to political corruption in the country.


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