Eyewitness in Gaza

Rapoport, L.
August 1988
Commentary;Aug88, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p51
Reports on the situation in Jebaliya, a refugee camp in Israeli-occupied Palestinian Gaza. Experience of the Israeli army; Children fighting in the Arab army; View of the media; Palestinian uprising.


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