MIDDLE EAST: A Troubled First Anniversary

One year after Camp David: "Bombing is not a policy "

The ceremony at the White House was meant to be a kind of revival meeting —a rekindling of the spirit of Camp David that led to the Egyptian-Israeli peace agreement one year ago. But even as Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan and Egyptian Vice President Hoshi Mubarak lavished praise on President Carter for his role in forging the historic accord, a potential new obstacle to the glacial peace process arose. With exquisitely bad timing, the Cabinet of Premier Menachem Begin chose the eve of the agreement's first birthday to...

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