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Non-violent protest offers little hope for Palestinians
International Herald Tribune, 31 August 2004

Few Palestinians are likely to embrace peaceful protest as a way of attaining statehood - not because Palestinians are hellbent on mindless retribution against Israelis, but because nonviolence is unlikely to be effective as a strategy. ... continued »

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