The Lion's Roar

January 1970
Time;1/26/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 4, p28
The article analyzes the hostile views of people in Israel towards Arab people and countries, and the implications of it on the moderate voices within the Israeli society which favors peaceful resolution to Arab-Israeli conflict. It is stated that, the fact that most hard-liners in Israel are insisting on retaining every part of the territory which Israel conquered in the 1967 war, has made people supporting concessions to keep their moderate voices low.


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