The War Parties At Work

Buckley, Jr., William F.
September 2001
National Review;9/17/2001, Vol. 53 Issue 18, p59
This article presents information on the effects of the series of terrorist attacks that have bloodied Israel after breakdown of the peace negotiations with Palestine. It is informed that terrorists should be hunted down and killed and the infrastructure of the Palestinian Authority should be destroyed, and that to do this includes the destruction of cultural facilities through which Yasir Arafat, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, coaxes, poisons, and deploys. It is also informed that Israel will need the support of the U.S. to bring in peace in the region.


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