The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict Quiz

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

When did Begin say that the State of Israel's existence is not threatened by terrorists, but the lives of the people are? (from Part V, pp. 430-477)

2.

What did the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine refuse to take part in? (from Part IV, pp. 303-340)

3.

What did Hassanain Haykal view the conflict for Palestine as a way to do according to Part IV pp. 258-303? (from Part IV, pp. 258-303)

4.

When did Irak invade Kuwait? (from Part VI, pp. 478-529)

5.

When did Yasir Arafat talk about a letter from the United States which said that it would increase its presence in the Persian Gulf and would not tolerate any interference? (from Part VI, pp. 529-576)

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