The Case for the Palestinians and a Way Forward

Ben-Or, Ruth
November 2013
American Diplomacy;11/20/2013, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the land ownership issues between the Jews and the Palestinians and on the entailments of peace in the Middle East.


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