Arrested Development

Beyer, Lisa; Hamad, Jamil
December 1999
Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/13/99, Issue 50, p51
Discusses the tyrannical methods used by Yasir Arafat's Palestinian Authority to punish dissenters who published a pamphlet criticizing the Authority. Critical statements in the pamphlet; Reasons for the criticism; Controversy over Arafat's peace negotiations with Israel.


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