Chris Carter

Carter, Chris
July 2010
Investigate;Jul2010, Vol. 10 Issue 114, p22
The article presents the author's views concerning the unending territorial dispute between Israelis and Palestinians. He cites the impact of the continuous violence and hatred on the mentality of these people towards their national security and even their personal survival. He also examines the true radical elements in the conflict and the effective solutions to end this useless battle.


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