How Deal With Arab Nationalism?
Enforcement of Partition Will Strengthen Progressive Forces
In the desperate search for a solution of the Palestine problem, one of the most vital elements of that problem remains an unknown factor—Arab nationalism. Public opinion in the West tends to swing between two extremes: either Arab nationalism is pictured as a weak, artificially stimulated bogy concealing Arab fragmentation and disunity, or it is a monolithic Moslem front, united in implacable hostility to every Jewish aspiration.
But what are the facts and how do these affect the establishment of a workable Palestine policy?
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