Issue 177 - 05 Aug 1986
The various expectations - good, bad, or indifferent – anyone, Arab, Israeli, or others may have had as a result of the meetings in Ifrane between King Hassan of Morocco and Shimon Peres, the Israeli Prime Minister, are now well and truly dashed. The flurry of outrage displayed by Syria, Algeria, Libya and others is now to no purpose. The uncertainty of Jordan, the nervous reaction of the PLO, and the muted response of some other Arab states is no longer of much importance.

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