The Rebellious Palestinians

August 1970
Time;8/10/1970, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p26
The article focuses on the Israel-Palestinian conflict and the stand of Palestinians on this issue. As stated, the Arabs are adamant and rejects every substitution for a complete liberation of Palestine. Israel faces a threat from the Arab world because of the fedayeen, the Palestinian commandos who fight Israel. However, the latter does not recognize any Israeli control over the Palestinian homeland. These days, the fedayeen have emerged as a troublesome guerrilla threat to Israel.


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