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245 04 The Israeli-Palestinian conflict :|ba documentary record /
       |cedited by Yehuda Lukacs. 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
       |c1992. 
300    xviii, 549 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Rev. and expanded ed. of: Documents on the Israeli-
       Palestinian conflict, 1967-1983. 
500    "Published with the co-operation of the International 
       Center for Peace in the Middle East"--Facing t.p. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 545-549). 
505 00 |gI.|tInternational Documents & Joint Declarations --|g1.
       |tUN Security Council Resolution 242, 22 November, 1967|g1
       --|g2.|tQuestionnaire by UN Special Representative Gunnar 
       Jarring to the Governments of Egypt, Jordan, Israel, and 
       Lebanon, with Replies, March 1969|g2 --|g3.|tUN Security 
       Council Resolution 338, 23 October, 1973|g13 --|g4.
       |tStatement by The European Community Foreign Ministers, 
       Brussels, 6 November, 1973|g13 --|g5.|tUN General Assembly
       Resolution 3236, 22 November, 1974|g15 --|g6.|tJoint 
       Statement by the Governments of the US and the USSR, 1 
       October, 1977|g16 --|g7.|tStatement on the Problem in the 
       Middle East, Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko, 25 September,
       1979|g17 --|g8.|tVenice European Declaration, 13 June, 
       1980|g17 --|g9.|tSoviet Communist Party Chairman Leonid 
       Brezhnev's Position on Arab-Israeli Peace, 23 February, 
       1981|g19 --|g10.|tBrezhnev Peace Plan, 15 September, 1982
       |g20 --|g11.|tSoviet Union's Proposals on a Middle East 
       Settlement, 29 July, 1984|g21 --|g12.|tMoroccan-Israeli 
       Joint Declaration, Following Prime Minister Shimon Peres' 
       Visit to Morocco, Rabat and Jerusalem, 24 July, 1986|g24 -
       -|g13.|tAlexandria Declaration by President Husni Mubarak 
       and Prime Minister Shimon Peres, 12 September, 1986|g25 --
       |g14.|tUN General Assembly Resolution 41/43 D, 2 December,
       1986|g25 --|g15.|tBrussels European Declaration, 23 
       February, 1987|g27 --|g16.|tLondon Agreement Between 
       Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and King Hussein, 11 April, 
       1987|g28 --|g17.|tSpeech of President Mikhail Gorbachev on
       Relations with Israel, 24 April, 1987|g29 --|g18.|tUN 
       Security Council Resolution 605, 22 December, 1987|g30 --
       |g19.|tUN Security Council Resolution 607, 5 January, 1988
       |g31 --|g20.|tUN Security Council Resolution 608, 14 
       January, 1988|g32 --|g21.|tStatement on the Middle East by
       President Mikhail Gorbachev Following the Moscow Summit, 1
       June, 1988|g32 --|g22.|tJoint Statement by Yasser Arafat 
       and a Group of Five American Jews, Stockholm, 7 December, 
       1988|g33 --|g23.|tUN General Assembly Resolution A/43/L.53,
       Geneva, 14 December, 1988|g34 --|g24.|tUN General Assembly
       Resolution A/43/L.54, Geneva, 14 December, 1988|g36 --
       |g25.|tStatement by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister 
       Vladimir Petrovsky to the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 14 
       December, 1988|g36 --|g26.|tStatement by the Soviet 
       Foreign Ministry on the Beginning of the American Dialogue
       with the PLO, 18 December, 1988|g38 --|g27.|t"Near East: 
       Chance for a Historic Compromise," Soviet Foreign Minister
       Eduard Shevardnadze, Cairo, 23 February, 1989|g39 --|g28.
       |tJoint Statement by New Outlook and Al-Fajr, New York, 13
       March, 1989|g51 --|g29.|tMadrid European Declaration, 27 
       June, 1989|g51 --|gII.|tUS Documents --|g1.|tPresident 
       Johnson, Statement on Principles for Peace, 19 June, 1967
       |g54 --|g2.|tRogers Plan, 9 December, 1969|g55 --|g3.
       |tMemorandum of Agreement between the Governments of 
       Israel and the United States, September 1975|g60 --|g4.
       |tDeputy Assistant Secretary of State Harold H. Saunders, 
       Statement on the Palestinians, 12 November, 1975|g61 --
       |g5.|t"Toward Peace in the Middle East," Brookings 
       Institution Report, December 1975|g65 --|g6.|tAmbassador 
       William W. Scranton, Statements on Occupied Territories, 
       23 March, 1976|g67 --|g7.|tPresident Jimmy Carter, on 
       Middle East Peace, 16 March, 1977|g69 --|g8.|tPresident 
       Jimmy Carter, Statement on Recognition of Palestinians, 4 
       January, 1978|g71 --|g9.|tPresident Ronald Reagan Peace 
       Plan, 1 September, 1982|g72 --|g10.|tText of 'Talking 
       Points' Sent to Prime Minister Menachem Begin by President
       Ronald Reagan, 8 September, 1982|g78 --|g11.|tStatement by
       President Ronald Reagan on the Establishment of New 
       Israeli Settlements, 27 August, 1983|g80 --|g12.|tUS 
       Policy on an International Middle East Peace Conference, 
       13 January, 1984|g81 --|g13.|tStatement by State 
       Department Spokesman Bernard Kalb on the Legitimate Rights
       of the Palestinian People, 15 February, 1985|g82 --|g14.
       |tStatement by Secretary of State George Shultz on Jordan 
       and the Peace Process, 19 June, 1985|g83 --|g15.
       |tStatement by State Department Spokesman Charles Redman 
       on the Breakdown of the Hussein-Arafat Peace Initiative, 
       20 February, 1986|g86 --|g16.|tStatement by President 
       Ronald Reagan on an International Peace Conference, 18 
       February, 1987|g87 --|g17.|tSpeech by Secretary of State 
       George Shultz before American-Israel Public Affairs 
       Committee, Washington, DC, 17 May, 1987|g87 --|g18.
       |t"Toward Arab-Israeli Peace," Report of A Study Group, 
       The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 1988|g91 --
       |g19.|t"Building for Peace: An American Strategy for the 
       Middle East," The Washington Institute for Near East 
       Policy, Presidential Study Group, 1988|g94 --|g20.|t"A 
       Statement for Palestinians," Secretary of State George 
       Shultz, East Jerusalem, 26 February, 1988|g100 --|g21.|tUS
       Senators' Letter to Secretary of State George Shultz, 3 
       March, 1988|g101 --|g22.|tLetter from Secretary of State 
       George Shultz to Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, 4 March, 
       1988|g103 --|g23.|t"This is the Plan," Secretary of State 
       George Shultz's Peace Proposal, 18 March, 1988|g104 --
       |g24.|tArrival Statements by Secretary of State George 
       Shultz During his Visit to the Middle East, Cairo, 3 June,
       1988; Amman, 4 June, 1988; Tel Aviv, 5 June, 1988|g106 --
       |g25.|tAddress by Secretary of State George Shultz Before 
       the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 16 
       September, 1988|g109 --|g26.|tStatement by State 
       Department Spokesman Charles Redman on the Resolutions of 
       the 19th Palestine National Council, 16 November, 1988
       |g115 --|g27.|tStatement by the State Department on the 
       Rejection of PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat's Visa Application
       to the US, 26 November, 1988|g115 --|g28.|tStatement by 
       State Department Spokesman Charles Redman on Yasser 
       Arafat's Speech to the UN, 13 December, 1988|g117 --|g29.
       |tAddress by Ambassador Vernon A. Walters to the 43rd 
       Session of the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 14 December, 
       1988|g117 --|g30.|tStatement by Secretary of State George 
       Schultz on Dialogue with the PLO, 14 December, 1988|g119 -
       -|g31.|tStatement by President Ronald Reagan on Relations 
       with the PLO, 14 December, 1988|g120 --|g32.|tStatement by
       President George Bush Following his Meeting with President
       Husni Mubarak, Washington, DC, 3 April, 1989|g120 --|g33.
       |tStatement by President George Bush Following his Meeting
       with Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, Washington, DC, 6 
       April, 1989|g122 --|g34.|tAddress by Secretary of State 
       James Baker Before the American-Israel Public Affairs 
       Committee, Washington, DC, 22 May, 1989|g123 --|g35.
       |tLetter to Secretary of State James Baker from 95 US 
       Senators, Washington, DC, 8 June, 1989|g129 --|g36.
       |tLetter to Secretary of State James Baker from 68 US 
       Senators, Washington, DC, 21 September, 1989|g131 --|g37.
       |tSecretary of State James Baker's Five Point Plan, 10 
       October, 1989|g133 --|g38.|tStatement by President George 
       Bush on Jewish Settlements in the West Bank and East 
       Jerusalem, Palm Springs, CA, 3 March, 1990|g133 --|g39.
       |tStatement by President George Bush on Suspension of the 
       Dialogue Between the US and the PLO, 20 June, 1990|g134 --
       |gIII.|tSadat's Visit and the Autonomy Negotiations --|g1.
       |tStatement to the Israeli Knesset by President Sadat, 20 
       November, 1977|g136 --|g2.|tPrime Minister Menachem Begin 
       Knesset Speech, 20 November, 1977|g147 --|g3.|tPrime 
       Minister Menachem Begin's Autonomy Plan, 28 December, 1977
       |g153 --|g4.|tA Framework for Peace in the Middle East 
       Agreed at Camp David, 17 September, 1978|g155 --|g5.
       |tGovernment of Egypt, Proposed Model of Full Autonomy for
       the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 28 January, 1980|g160 --|g6.
       |tIsrael's Autonomy Proposal, January 1982|g166 --|gIV.
       |tIsraeli Documents --|g1.|tPrinciples Guiding Israel's 
       Policy in the Aftermath of the June 1967 War, Prime 
       Minister Levi Eshkol, 9 August, 1967|g171 --|g2.|tNine-
       Point Peace Plan, Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban, 8 
       October, 1968|g172 --|g3.|tIsrael's Foreign Minister Abba 
       Eban, Knesset Statement on Occupied Territories, 13 May, 
       1969|g181 --|g4.|tStatement by the Israeli Government 
       Embodying a Reaction to the US Secretary of State William 
       Rogers Peace Plan, 11 December, 1969|g182 --|g5.
       |tResolution Adopted by the Israeli Knesset Rejecting King
       Hussein's United Arab Kingdom Plan, 16 March, 1972|g183 --
       |g6.|t"Galili Plan" -- Statement by Government Ministers 
       of the Israeli Labor Party on Proposed Policy in the 
       Occupied Territories, August 1973|g184 --|g7.|tStatement 
       Issued by Israel's Cabinet Insisting that 
505 00 |tJordan Represents the Palestinians in Negotiations, 21 
       July, 1974|g187 --|g8.|tStatement by Prime Minister 
       Yitzhak Rabin, Following the Rabat Conference, 5 November,
       1974|g188 --|g9.|tAllon Plan, Article by Israeli Foreign 
       Minister Yigal Allon Reiterating his Plan for Peace, 
       October 1976|g190 --|g10.|tStatement Issued by the 
       Government of Israel Responding to the US-USSR Joint 
       Declaration on the Middle East, 1 October, 1977|g198 -- 
505 80 |g11.|tLaw Enacted by Israel's Knesset Proclaiming 
       Jerusalem the Capital of Israel, 29 July, 1980|g198 --
       |g12.|tFundamental Policy Guidelines of the Government of 
       Israel as Approved by the Knesset, 5 August, 1981|g199 --
       |g13.|tText of Israel's Communique on the Reagan Plan, 2 
       September, 1982|g200 --|g14.|tBasic Policy Guidelines of 
       the Government of Israel, 13 September, 1984|g203 --|g15.
       |tStatement by Prime Minister Shimon Peres on Negotiations
       with Jordan, 10 June, 1985|g205 --|g16.|tAddress by Prime 
       Minister Shimon Peres to the UN General Assembly, 21 
       October, 1985|g210 --|g17.|t"Outline for Advancement of 
       Negotiations Between the Likud and the PLO," by Moshe 
       Amirav, September 1987|g211 --|g18.|tAddress by Foreign 
       Minister Shimon Peres to the UN General Assembly, 30 
       September, 1987|g213 --|g19.|tStatement by Prime Minister 
       Yitzhak Shamir on Yasser Arafat's Speech to the UN, 13 
       December, 1988|g215 --|g20.|tStatement by the Israeli 
       Foreign Ministry on the Decisions of the 19th Palestine 
       National Council, 15 November, 1988|g216 --|g21.|tBasic 
       Policy Guidelines of the Government of Israel, 23 December,
       1988|g218 --|g22.|tAddress by Prime Minister Yitzhak 
       Shamir to the Knesset, 23 December, 1988|g220 --|g23.
       |tStatement by the Board of Trustees of the International 
       Center for Peace in the Middle East, Tel Aviv, 14 January,
       1989|g223 --|g24.|t"Israel, the West Bank and Gaza: Toward
       a Solution," Report by a Study Group, Tel Aviv 
       University's Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, 1989
       |g224 --|g25.|tA Peace Initiative by the Government of 
       Israel, 14 May, 1989|g236 --|g26.|tStatement by Prime 
       Minister Yitzhak Shamir on the Israeli Peace Initiative, 
       17 May, 1989|g239 --|g27.|tAddress by Prime Minister 
       Yitzhak Shamir to the Likud Party's Central Committee, 5 
       July, 1989|g244 --|g28.|tGovernment of Israel's 
       "Assumptions" with Regard to Secretary of State James 
       Baker's Peace Plan, 5 November, 1989|g254 --|g29.|tAddress
       by The Labor Party's Leader Shimon Peres Proposing a Non-
       Confidence Motion to the Knesset, 15 March, 1990|g254 --
       |g30.|tAddress by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir at the 
       Knesset in Response to the Non-Confidence Motion, 15 March,
       1990|g260 --|g31.|tBasic Policy Guidelines of the 
       Government of Israel, 10 June, 1990|g268 --|gV.|tPlatforms
       of Israeli Parties Represented in the Knesset --|g1.
       |tAgudat Israel Party Platform, 1988|g271 --|g2.|tArab 
       Democratic Party Platform, 1988|g271 --|g3.|tDegel Hatorah
       Party Platform, 1988|g272 --|g4.|tHadash Party Platform, 
       1988|g272 --|g5.|tLabor-Alignment Party Platform, 1988
       |g274 --|g6.|tLikud Party Platform, 1988|g276 --|g7.
       |tMafdal Party Platform, 1988|g277 --|g8.|tMapam Party 
       Platform, 1988|g278 --|g9.|tMerkaz-Shinui Movement 
       Platform, 1988|g280 --|g10.|tMoledet Movement Platform, 
       1988|g281 --|g11.|tProgressive List for Peace Platform, 
       1988|g281 --|g12.|tRatz Party Platform, 1988|g283 --|g13.
       |tShas Party Platform, 1988|g285 --|g14.|tTehiya Party 
       Platform, 1988|g286 --|g15.|tTzomet Party Platform, 1988
       |g289 --|gVI.|tPalestinian Documents --|g1.|tStatement 
       Issued by the Palestine Liberation Organization Rejecting 
       UN Resolution 242, 23 November, 1967|g290 --|g2.
       |tPalestine National Covenant, 1968|g291 --|g3.|tPalestine
       National Assembly Political Resolutions, 17 July, 1968
       |g295 --|g4.|tPalestine National Council Statement, 13 
       July, 1971|g301 --|g5.|tPalestine National Council, 
       Political Program, 12 January, 1973|g303 --|g6.
       |tStatements by General Secretary of the PDFLP Naif 
       Hawatmah Defending the Establishment of a Palestinian 
       National Authority in Territories Liberated from Israeli 
       Occupation, 24 February, 1974|g307 --|g7.|tPalestine 
       National Council, Political Program, 8 June, 1974|g308 --
       |g8.|tStatement by the PFLP Announcing its Withdrawal from
       the Executive Committee of the PLO, 26 September, 1974
       |g312 --|g9.|tSpeech by Yasser Arafat to the UN General 
       Assembly, 13 November, 1974|g317 --|g10.|tPalestine 
       National Council, Political Declaration, 22 March, 1977
       |g333 --|g11.|tSix-Point Programme Agreed to by the 
       Various Palestinian Organizations Calling for the 
       Formation of a "Steadfastness and Confrontation Front" in 
       Opposition to Sadat's Negotiations with Israel, 4 December,
       1977|g335 --|g12.|tStatement by West Bank Mayors on 
       Sadat's Visit to Israel, 21 December, 1977|g336 --|g13.
       |tStatement by the West Bank National Conference, Beit 
       Hanina, 1 October, 1978|g338 --|g14.|tPalestine National 
       Council, Political and Organizational Program, 23 January,
       1979|g339 --|g15.|tLetter from PLO Executive Committee to 
       Delegate Walter Fauntroy, 5 October, 1979|g344 --|g16.
       |tFourth General Conference of the Palestine Liberation 
       Movement, Fatah, Political Program, 31 May, 1980|g345 --
       |g17.|tPalestinian National Council, Political Statement, 
       21 April, 1981|g350 --|g18.|tCommittee for the Occupied 
       Homeland Report on Contact with Jews, 21 April, 1981|g357 
       --|g19.|tPalestinian National Council Political 
       Resolutions, 22 February, 1983|g357 --|g20.|tPalestine 
       National Council, Political Statement, Amman, 29 November,
       1984|g364 --|g21.|tStatement by the PLO's Executive 
       Committee on the Amman Accord, 19 February, 1985|g368 --
       |g22.|tDeclaration by Yasser Arafat on Terrorism, Cairo, 7
       November, 1985|g370 --|g23.|tPLO's Three Proposals on the 
       Peace Process, 5 February, 1986|g371 --|g24.|tPLO 
       Executive Committee Statement, 7 March, 1986|g373 --|g25.
       |tStatement by the PLO Executive Committee Cancelling the 
       Amman Accord, 19 April, 1987|g384 --|g26.|tPalestine 
       National Council, Resolutions of the Political Committee, 
       Algiers, 26 April, 1987|g385 --|g27.|tCommunique of the 
       Intifadah No. 1, 8 January, 1988|g390 --|g28.|tStatement 
       by the PLO Central Committee, 9 January, 1988|g391 --|g29.
       |tUprising Leadership's Message to the Arab Summit in 
       Algiers, 7 June, 1988|g395 --|g30.|t"PLO View: Prospects 
       of a Palestinian-Israeli Settlement," by PLO Spokesman 
       Bassam Abu Sharif, 18 June, 1988|g397 --|g31.|tCovenant of
       Hamas (The Islamic Resistance Movement in the West Bank), 
       18 August, 1988|g400 --|g32.|tAddress of Yasser Arafat to 
       the European Parliament, Strasbourg, 13 September, 1988
       |g403 --|g33.|tPalestinian Declaration of Independence, 15
       November, 1988|g411 --|g34.|tPalestine National Council, 
       Political Communique, Algiers, 15 November, 1988|g415 --
       |g35.|tAddress by Yasser Arafat to the UN General Assembly,
       Geneva, 13 December, 1988|g420 --|g36.|tYasser Arafat's 
       Geneva Press Statement, 15 December, 1988|g434 --|g37.
       |tLetter to Secretary of State George Shultz and Statement
       by Palestinian Institutions and Personalities from the 
       West Bank and Gaza, Jerusalem, 27 January, 1988|g435 --
       |g38.|tAddress by Salah Khalaf to the International Center
       for Peace in the Middle East, 22 February, 1989 (via 
       videotape)|g438 --|g39.|tFateh Fifth General Congress, 
       Political Program, 8 August, 1989|g441 --|g40.|tStatement 
       by the PLO's Central Council, Baghdad, 16 October, 1989
       |g444 --|g41.|tReply by the PLO to Secretary of State 
       James Baker's Five Point Plan, 1 December, 1989|g447 --
       |g42.|tLetter Sent by Yasser Arafat to the Emergency World
       Jewish Leadership Peace Conference Organized by the 
       International Center for Peace in the Middle East, 
       Jerusalem, 17 February, 1990|g449 --|gVII.|tArab Documents
       --|g1.|tArab League Summit Conference Resolutions, 
       Khartoum, 1 September, 1967|g454 --|g2.|tJordanian King 
       Hussein's Peace Plan, 28 April, 1969|g455 --|g3.|tCairo 
       and Melkart Agreements, Regulation of the PLO Presence in 
       Lebanon, 3 November, 1969, 17 May, 1973|g456 --|g4.
       |tJordanian King Hussein's Federation Plan, 15 March, 1972
       |g461 --|g5.|tArab League Summit Conference, Secret 
       Resolutions, Algiers, 4 December, 1973|g463 --|g6.|tArab 
       League Summit Conference Communique, Rabat, 29 October, 
       1974|g464 --|g7.|tStatement by President Bourguiba of 
       Tunisia Calling for a Settlement of the Arab-Israeli 
       Conflict on the Basis of the 1947 UN Partition Resolution,
       26 October, 1976|g465 --|g8.|tArab League Summit 
       Conference Declaration, Tripoli, 5 December, 1977|g466 --
       |g9.|tSummit of Anti-Sadat "Steadfastness and 
       Confrontation Front", Damascus, 23 September, 1978|g469 --
       |g10.|tArab League Summit Conference, Final Statement, 
       Baghdad, 5 November, 1978|g470 --|g11.|tArab League Summit
       Conference Resolutions, Baghdad, 31 March, 1979|g473 --
       |g12.|tKing Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Peace Plan, 6 August, 
       1981|g477 --|g13.|tArab League Summit Statement, Fez, 6 
       September, 1982|g478 --|g14.|tJoint Jordanian-Palestinian 
       Committee Communique, 14 December, 1982|g479 --|g15.
       |tIraqi President 
505 80 |tSaddam Hussein's Statement on Israel's Right to a Secure
       State, 2 January, 1983|g480 --|g16.|tJordanian Statement 
       on end of Negotiations with the PLO, 10 April, 1983|g480 -
       -|g17.|tAddress by King Hussein to the 17th Session of the
       Palestine National Council, Amman, 22 November, 1984|g485 
       --|g18.|tJordanian-Palestinian Accord, Amman, 11 February,
       1985|g488 --|g19.|tAddress by King Hussein to The American
       Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, 2 June, 1985|g489 --
505 80 |g20.|tArab Summit League, Final Communique, Casablanca, 9
       August, 1985|g492 --|g21.|tAddress by King Hussein to the 
       40th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, New 
       York, 27 September, 1985|g494 --|g22.|tSyrian-Jordanian 
       Joint Communique, 13 November, 1985|g499 --|g23.|tAddress 
       by King Hussein on Middle East Peace, 19 February, 1986
       |g499 --|g24.|tStatement by the Government of Jordan on 
       Closing the PLO Offices, 7 July, 1986|g513 --|g25.
       |tStatement by the Government of Jordan on the PLO's 
       Cancellation of the Amman Accord, 21 April, 1987|g514 --
       |g26.|tAddress by King Hussein to the Arab League Summit 
       Conference, Amman, 8 November, 1987|g515 --|g27.
       |tResolutions of the Arab League Summit Conference, Amman,
       11 November, 1987|g517 --|g28.|tResolutions of the Arab 
       League Summit Conference, Algiers, 9 June, 1988|g518 --
       |g29.|tAddress by King Hussein on Jordan's Disengagement 
       from the West Bank, 31 July, 1988|g520 --|g30.|tStatement 
       by Jordanian Prime Minister Zaid al-Rifai on the 
       Implementation of Jordan's Disengagement from the West 
       Bank, 20 August, 1988|g525 --|g31.|tAddress by Iraqi 
       Foreign Minister Tareq Aziz to the UN General Assembly, 
       Geneva, 13 December, 1988|g527 --|g32.|tAddress by 
       Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismat Abd al-Maguid to the UN 
       General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988|g528 --|g33.
       |tAddress by Jordanian Foreign Minister Tahir al-Masri to 
       the UN General Assembly, Geneva, 13 December, 1988|g532 --
       |g34.|tResolutions of the Arab League Summit Conference, 
       Casablanca, 26 May, 1989|g534 --|g35.|tPresident Husni 
       Mubarak's Ten Point Peace Plan, 2 July, 1989|g537 --|g36.
       |tStatement by Farouk Al-Shara' Minister of Foreign 
       Affairs of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN General 
       Assembly, New York, 3 October, 1989|g538 --|g37.
       |tGovernment of Egypt's "Assumptions" With Regard to 
       Secretary of State James Baker's Five Point Plan, 5 
       December, 1989|g539 --|g38.|tStatement by the League of 
       Arab States on the Settlement of Soviet Jewish Emigrants 
       in the Occupied Territories and South Lebanon, Tunis, 13 
       March, 1990|g539 --|g39.|tArab Summit League Final 
       Statement, Baghdad, 30 May, 1990|g540. 
520    A collection of documents and statements of the position 
       of the parties involved in attempts to resolve the Israeli
       -Palestinian conflict. 
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