Israeli-Palestinian jolt? Why some want to dismantle PA

Mitnick, Joshua
November 2011
Christian Science Monitor;11/15/2011, pN.PAG
Their UN membership bid failed. They don't want to resume Israeli-Palestinian talks without a settlement freeze. Now some Palestinian officials have a new idea: dismantle the Palestinian Authority.


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