Bush-Sharon Confrontation Looms

Curtiss, Richard H.
May 2002
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;May2002, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p10
Cites the differences of views of the U.S. and Israel on the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Call of president George Bush for the immediate withdrawal of Israel from all Palestinian towns; Hunt for Palestinian Arab terrorist by Israel; Influence of the European Union.


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