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Discusses the situation in the Mideast. Contends that the national rights of Israel and Palestine should be supported by the international community. Recent history of the conflict. Oslo Accords and the peace process. Israeli confiscation of the West Bank. Attitude of Israeli's toward the Palestinians. Argues against U.S. unquestioning support of Israel.
From the Paper:"INTRODUCTION:
The majority of Americans have only become aware of the current state of affairs in the Middle East as a result of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon that happened September 11, 2001. And to a great extent, many of them see Israel as an ally of the United States in the war against terrorism, as the Israelis fight the Palestinians. Many believe the Israeli actions are merely a response to "acts of terrorism" by Palestinian suicide bombers.
Unfortunately, this is not the case. The Middle East is still torn by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as it has been since the Balfour Declaration of 1917, and the seven wars that have been fought since 1948. In the aftermath of the Coalition victory against Iraq in 1991, American prestige and influence was ..."
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