An Interview With Mordechai Ben Menachem

King, Ruth
February 2012
Outpost;Feb2012, Issue 251, p11
An interview with author Mordechai Ben Menachem is presented. When asked about his thoughts about Camp David Accords, he describes the accords as the first attempt for peace negotiation with a major Arab conflict state. He contends that there is nothing he can say positive about the Oslo Debacle. He finds the destruction made by the government to Jewish homes in Samaria and Judea inexcusable and misplaced.


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