“Land for No Peace”
To the Editor:
I agree with everything Douglas J. Feith says in his “Land for No Peace” [June], and reading it is enough to chill the heart of any sane person, . . . Israeli or not.
It makes one wonder where the Israelis who made the agreement with Yasir Arafat have been all these years since the break-up of the Ottoman empire, when Arabs could not get along with Arabs; when agreements they made with each other were never kept for more than three years. Nor am I able to comprehend why Israel would think that Arafat, who has never kept his word before or hesitated to say something he did not mean, could be trusted to keep it now.
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