Is Israel ready to give peace a chance?

Frykberg, Mel
November 2008
Middle East;Nov2008, Issue 394, p16
The article focuses on the condition of the peace process in Israel. According to the article, Tzipi Livni, the country's Prime Minister, has negotiated with several leaders from different political affiliations and conferred with them regarding the economic, political, and peace conditions. Meanwhile, the Palestinians have refused to accept the peace process offered by the Israeli Government for the fear of Jewish control.


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