Issue 265 - 02 Jul 1985
The Gulf Arab countries have a very particular interest in the increasingly complicated issues surrounding the hijacking of the US aircraft and the holding of 37 American hostages by Lebanese Shia militia. A marked absence of official statements from the six states of the Gulf Co-operation Council and, indeed, a dearth of unofficial comment, is a measure of their concern rather than of their indifference.
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