The blood of another martyr

March 1997
Time International (South Pacific Edition);03/10/97, Issue 10, p20
Describes the attack by Israeli soldiers that took place in Hizme, a village between Jerusalem and the West Bank, the week of March 1997. The death of Muhammed Abdel Aziz Ibn Halawi, a Palestinian; Number of people injured in the attack; Claims from both sides as to the cause; The existing tension in the region.


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