Israeli government forced to retreat on Jerusalem land grab

Usher, Graham
May 1995
New Statesman & Society;5/26/95, Vol. 8 Issue 354, p10
Focuses discussion on Israeli's last-minute decision to suspend its intended expropriation of Arab land in East Jerusalem and is impact on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Freeze on land confiscations; Palestinian reactions.


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