By Way of Deception - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Victor Ostrovsky
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Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

Yassar Arafat denounces terrorist acts by the PLO outside of Israeli borders. His strength lay in the West Bank and Gaza. He isn't popular with Muslin fundamentalists, which is why he has problems with the Black June Organization headed by Sabri Ali Benuno, who is known as Abu Nidal.

The Black June Organization had attempted to assassinate the Israeli ambassador to London, Shlomo Argrove and Israel uses this as an excuse for war against Lebanon.

Arafat, at this time, is trying to buy weapons in Europe that he didn't want shipped to the Palestinian Liberation Army since he is having problems with his leader, Khadra. He has a special security force known as Force 17.

Durala Kasim, is Arafat's driver and a member of Force 17. He is also on the Mossad payroll.

There are many power struggles within the Palestinian movement and...

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