Keeping Israel to Its Word

July 1999
Christian Science Monitor;7/30/99, Vol. 91 Issue 171, p10
Editorial. Comments on American interests in Middle East peace and creating a Palestinian homeland. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's delay in giving land to the Palestinian Authority; Right-wing pressures within Barak's coalition government; Assertion that the United States should enforce the Wye agreement and advise Israel to dismantle some West Bank settlements.


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