A divided Israel waits for first acts by next premier

Battersby, John
June 1996
Christian Science Monitor;6/3/96, Vol. 88 Issue 131, p1
Reports on the anticipated role of newly-elected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in reconciling religious and secular groups in Israel. Need to balance political status of the country; Impact of attempts to assemble a ruling coalition; Setting up of a Cabinet; Yassie Arafat's comment on Netanyahu's victory over Shimon Peres.


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