Rees, Matt; Barnes, Edward; Hamad, Jamil; Klein, Aharon; Waller, Douglas
November 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/6/2000, Issue 43, p40
Discusses the possibility that Israel will call for a unilateral separation from Palestinians if Yasser Arafat declares a Palestinian state. Impact an economic separation would have on the Palestinian economy, which relies on Israeli consumers; Opinion that if Arafat declares a state he is ending the peace process; Attempts of United States president Bill Clinton to resume the peace talks. INSET: Israel's Secret Police Weapon, by Matt Rees et al.


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