Pakistan Irreconcilable Differences; Israel An Eye For An Eye:

Pakistani President Mohammed Zia ul-Haq and Benazir Bhutto gave all appearances of having made a deal. Bhutto, the leader of the outlawed Pakistan People's Party, the most popular political movement in the country, was allowed to return to Pakistan from Britain last month for the burial of her brother Shahnawaz, who died under mysterious circumstances in the south of France last July. Her part of the deal was not to engage in antigovernment political activities during her visit. Last week, however, the bargain was called off and the charismatic Bhutto was placed under house arrest at the family home in Karachi.

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