LAUREN booth

Booth, Lauren
March 2002
New Statesman;3/11/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4578, p63
Discusses the problem of violence between Israelis and Palestinians in Israel. Contradictions in the views of Palestinians on how to win the support of the U.S. and Great Britain; Description of the living conditions of Palestinians.


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