Palestinian-Israeli relations sour over security and settlements

Usher, Graham
January 1995
New Statesman & Society;1/13/95, Vol. 8 Issue 335, p12
Reports that Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza strip believe that the Palestinian Liberation Organization-Israel peace process is in danger of collapse because of Israel's resettlement program. Palestinians killed by Israeli soldiers; Israeli military's forced entry into Gaza strip; Israel's construction of settlements in the occupied territories; Displacement of Palestinians.


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