Palestinian moderate calls for wrenching compromise

Lynfield, Ben
November 2001
Christian Science Monitor;11/21/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 251, p7
Focuses on the return of Palestinian moderate leader Sari Nusseibeh to politics, with a plan of compromise for the conflict between Palestinians and Israelis. How Palestinians would have to give up the idea of a large-scale return of refugees to former homes in the Israeli state; Israel, which would have to end occupation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip; Why Nusseibeh's ideas may not be accepted.


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