A New Chapter of Israeli Brutalities

Khan, Muhammad
December 2012
Hilal;2012, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p20
The article focuses on conflicts between the Islamic world and the Western powers regarding Palestinian issue. It is noted that after the World War II conflicts rose in the Middle East region. It is mentioned that the cause of global radicalism in the entire Islamic world was the creation of Israel under the patronage of Western powers in the Arab land in 1948.


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