Israelis say peace talks should continue

Ford, Peter; Gaouette, Nicole
October 2000
Christian Science Monitor;10/23/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 232, p1
Reports that a majority of Israelis support the continuation of peace talks with Palestinian Arabs as of October 23, 2000. Announcement by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak that peace talks will be suspended indefinitely; Violence between Israeli troops and Palestinians; Meeting of the Arab League at which Israel was denounced; Belief of some that Israeli troops should withdraw from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip; Difficulty and complexity of the situation.


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