Feith, Douglas J.
May 1994
New Republic;5/16/94, Vol. 210 Issue 20, p10
Discusses the legality of Jewish settlements in Palestine. Argument against the position of the Palestine Liberation Organization that Jewish settlements are illegal intrusions on Arab land; Foundation of the legality of the foundation of Israel as a state; Rights of the Jews under the Palestine Mandate confirmed in 1922; Opposition to the notion that Jewish settlements are the cause of the stalled peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.


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