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NCJ Number: 30411 Find in a Library
Title: NEW ARAB EXTREMISTS - A VIEW FROM THE ARAB WORLD
Journal: CONFLICT STUDIES  Issue:4  Dated:(MAY 1970)  Pages:5-22
Author(s): T LITTLE
Corporate Author: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1970
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
London, W1R 3AF, England
Type: Historical Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: ARAB NATIONALISM, THE ARAB TERRORIST MOVEMENT, AND THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT ARE PLACED IN BOTH HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY CONTEXT IN TERMS OF THE MIDDLE EAST ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL ORDER AND OF SOVIET AND WESTERN INFLUENCE.
Abstract: THE REPORT FOCUSES ON ATTEMPTS TO RESOLVE THE PALESTINIAN ISSUE AND THE ROLE OF VARIOUS ARAB EXTREMIST GROUPS, PRINCIPALLY AL-FATAH, IN THOSE ATTEMPTS. AN APPENDIX LISTS THE NAMES, POLITICAL IDENTIFICATION AND LEADERSHIP OF THE COMMANDO AND EXTREMIST GROUPS WHICH COMPRISE THE PALESTINE RESISTANCE MOVEMENT.
Index Term(s): Arab terrorist groups; Israel; Middle East; Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO); Political influences; Terrorism/Mass Violence
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