World: Palestine: A Case of Right v. Right

EVEN if a new round of Middle East talks were to begin soon, even if the negotiations were to succeed beyond the most optimistic expectations, the region would still be a long way from tranquillity. For none of the peace formulas currently being debated offers a workable solution to the issue that has been at the heart of the Middle East's troubles for 23 years: the fate of more than 3,000,000 Palestinian Arabs.

The more militant Palestinians maintain that they will settle for nothing less than the creation of a homeland that would in effect...

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