A deadly struggle ranges from Paris to Pakistan
"We don't know quite where it's going to lead, but there's blood all over the place."
So said one bewildered State Department diplomat last week, commenting on an unprecedented and frightening display of Palestinian terrorismdirected not against the Israelis but against brother Arabs. The blood feud involved a long-running quarrel between Palestinians loyal to Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat and Iraqi-backed "rejectionists," who believed that the P.L.O. leader was soft on Israel.
Within a seven-day period, reactivated P.L.O. hit teams launched assaults that left four people dead and eleven more wounded in a number of...