Palestine after Desert Storm

Burtchaell, J.T.
June 1991
America;6/22/1991, Vol. 164 Issue 24, p679
Looks at ways of achieving regional peace in Israel through providing homeland for the Palestinians. Limited rights in Israel for Palestinians; West Bank and Gaza Strip as possible Palestinian homeland; Increased emigration of Jews to Israel; Proposal to restore Galilee and the Triangle to Palestinians.


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