Sharon's Victory and Tight Bonds Between U.S. and Israel Hold Long-term Dangers

Marshall, Rachelle
April 2003
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Apr2003, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p7
Reports on the effect of victory of Ariel Sharon, prime minister of Israel on the behavior of government of Israel for Palestinians. Promise of Sharon for peace and security in Israel; Increase in the attacks of Israeli army on the Palestinians; Blockage of any movement against Palestinians by the Sharon government; Opposition of U.S. policy for Middle east in the Arab countries.


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