Arab disagreement over Palestine

Pipes, D.
July 1987
Commentary;Jul87, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p17
The Arabs disagree, sometimes violently, among themselves as to who should rule Palestine and where its rightful boundaries should be. A look at the four Arab groups who have had the longest and most important historical roles in the Arab struggle for Palestine.


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