Tension on West Bank rises as Jewish settlers get restless

Prusher, Ilene R.
June 1996
Christian Science Monitor;6/18/96, Vol. 88 Issue 142, p6
Reports on the aggressive expansionist policy championed by Israeli Prime Minister-elect Benjamin Netanyahu since his election victory on May 29, 1996. Netanyahu's promise to expand many of Israel's 150 settlements; Likely appointment of a conservative as Housing Minister; Probable return of Israel to the aggressive housing ideology that dominates Likud policy.


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