25 years ago

Brazier, Chris
September 2014
New Internationalist;Sep2014, Issue 475, p8
The article reports on a special issue published in the magazine "New Internationalist" in 1989 about the Palestine-Israel conflict and mentions topics including politics and government in Israel, Arabs, and Palestinians.


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