The Arabs: Still a Fever

Even as the Arabs worked out their first, tentative compromise with Israel, and Jordanian refugees began returning to occupied territory, the Arabs continued to demonstrate their inability to face up to the problems of negotiating a peace. In a week of frenzied activity, Iraq's President Abdel Rahman Aref flew off to Syria, then to Jordan, then back home again to receive Syrian Head of State Noureddin Attassi on a return call. After receiving Aref in Amman, Jordan's King Hussein took off on a whirlwind visit to nine other Middle Eastern and Arab countries that would last ten days. Kuwait...

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