Mr. Clinton, What Would You Do If You Were in My Shoes?

Raheb, Mitri
March 2001
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Mar2001, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p17
Presents a letter to United States President Bill Clinton sharing what like is like for the average Palestinian under the rule of Israel. Travel restrictions; Lack of basic human rights of free movement and of living in dignity.


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