Middle East: Intramural Mayhem

The Middle East, which has always had more than its share of terrorism, last week seemed to be outdoing even itself. There were almost daily episodes of violence along the Israeli border, but the unusual feature of the latest out break was that it mostly involved Arab against Arab.

Double Guard. Bombs shook the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh and the border towns of Najran and Jizan, ruptured the Saudi segment of the Trans-Arabian pipeline near the Iraqi border. Grenades were lobbed in the British protectorate of Aden in a grim continuation of the violence that has killed 72 people...

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