The Palestine Wound Festers, Always

Hegland, Corine
November 2001
National Journal;11/17/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 46-47, p3594
Explains the reasons for the failure of the United States to intervene in the conflict between Israel and Palestine. Background on the Palestinian crisis; Support for Israel in the condemnation of terrorist organizations; Military occupation of Israel in Palestinian territory.


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