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NCJ Number: 30409 Find in a Library
Title: SINCE JORDAN - THE PALESTINIAN FEDAYEEN
Journal: CONFLICT STUDIES  Issue:38  Dated:(SEPTEMBER 1973)  Pages:3-18
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1973
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
London, W1R 3AF, England
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL, REGIONAL, AND INTERNAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PALESTINIAN RESISTANCE MOVEMENT (FEDAYEEN) SINCE IT STEPPED UP TERRORIST ACTIVITY AFTER BEING DEFEATED AS A GUERRILLA MOVEMENT BY JORDAN IN 1970.
Abstract: THE ANALYSIS CONSIDERS SUCH THINGS AS THE FEDAYEEN'S INABILITY TO RESOLVE INTERNAL IDEOLOGICAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL DIFFERENCES, ITS RELATION TO ISRAEL'S NEIGHBORING ARAB STATES AND TO COMMUNIST INFLUENCE, ITS LACK OF TERRITORY AND HENCE SANCTUARY, AND THE NATURE OF ITS TERRORIST ACTIVITIES. THE MOVEMENT'S COMMAND STRUCTURE AND THE OPERATIONS OF CERTAIN OF ITS MEMBER GROUPS, SUCH AS BLACK SEPTEMBER, ARE DISCUSSED.
Index Term(s): Arab terrorist groups; Middle East; Political influences; Revolutionary or terrorist groups
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