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by Holly Cefery,Bernadette Brexel

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  • ISBN 0823944697
  • ISBN13 978-0823944699
  • Language English
  • Author Holly Cefery,Bernadette Brexel
  • Publisher Rosen Pub Group (September 1, 2003)
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  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Geography and Cultures
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Examines the life and leadership skills of Palestinian National Authority president Yasser Arafat, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to establish peace in the Middle East.

Examines the life and leadership skills of Palestinian National Authority president Yasser Arafat, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to establish peace in the Middle East.

Examines the life and leadership skills of Palestinian National Authority president Yasser Arafat, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to establish peace in the Middle East. Format:Library Binding. Includes bibliographical references (pages 106-108) and index. Arafat in youth - Rising through the cause - The Holy Land - Triumph and tragedy - Leader of today and tomorrow.

Yasser Arafat (Middle East Leaders). 0823944697 (ISBN13: 9780823944699).

To some, Yasser Arafat symbolizes the struggle of the Palestinians. Yasser Arafat (Middle East Leaders).

Yasser Arafat was the first President of the Palestinian National Authority

Yasser Arafat was the first President of the Palestinian National Authority. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, life and achievements. He also said that the PLO supported "the right of all parties concerned in the Middle East conflict to live in peace and security, including the state of Palestine, Israel and other neighbours". To others he represents a deterrent to peace in the Arab-Israeli conflict

To some, Yasser Arafat symbolizes the struggle of the Palestinians. To others he represents a deterrent to peace in the Arab-Israeli conflict. As the longtime chairman of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, Arafat led the fight for Palestinian statehood and acquired arms and money for the cause. This book documents Arafat's life and the tumultuous times he lives in, his attempts at establishing peace with Israel in the early 1990s, and his continued influence throughout the Arab world.

Fears sparked after 'Switzerland of Middle East' loses its anti-war leader. By Adam Vidler, A Current Affair Digital Producer. Following the assassination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani by the US, and retaliatory missile strikes by Iran on Iraqi military bases, the possibility of conflict in the Middle East is running high, and Oman's traditional role as a regional interlocuter is now under question. The new sultan, Qaboos' chosen successor and relative Haitham bin Tariq al Said, has vowed to continue his predecessor's foreign policy of neutrality and diplomacy.

Bernadette Brexel (2003). Rosen Publishing Group. a b c "Cause of Arafat death 'unknown' Medical records of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat appear to show that doctors could not determine the underlying cause of his death".

Suspicions that the former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned will be strengthened by the discovery by Swiss scientists of 18 times the normal level of radioactive polonium in his remains. Suspicions that the former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was poisoned will be strengthened by the discovery by Swiss scientists of 18 times the normal level of radioactive polonium in his remains. Mr Arafat, who had long symbolised the Palestinians fight for their own state, died on 11 November 2004 from an illness that was never fully diagnosed by his doctors.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has defended the country's armed forces after it admitted shooting down a passenger plane by mistake. This sermon was an effort from Iran's supreme leader - who has come under heavy criticism in recent days - to defend his rule.

Iran plane crash: Khamenei defends armed forces in rare address. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has defended the country's armed forces after it admitted shooting down a passenger plane by mistake. He said the Revolutionary Guard - the elite unit responsible for the disaster - "maintained the security" of Iran. He delivered part of his address in Arabic, calling on the Arab and Islamic world to drive the US out of the region. The biggest punishment for the United States is its expulsion," he said.