Growing Doubts at Home

Smith, William E.; AIKMAN, DAVID; Levin, Marlin
May 1982
Time;5/17/1982, Vol. 119 Issue 20, p62
The article focuses on the implications of Israel Prime Minister Menachem Begin's policy to block the growth and influence of the Palestine Liberation and Organization in West Bank. It states that Gaza Strip, as well as Israel have suffered casualties since rioting took place in the occupied territories. It notes that Labor opposition members and citizens spoke against the government's policies and want to replace the military government, thus institute a civil administration.


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