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Thursday, 13 July, 2000, 16:18 GMT 17:18 UK
Camp David - Arab cartoonists hit out
Cartoonists in the Palestinian and Jordanian press have been quick to put into pictures their own version of the talks at Camp David and what they see as the underlying power play between the two sides.

A selection of recent examples:

Amman Al-Dustur 2 July 00
Arafat on the rack: The view from Jordan's Al-Dustur

Umm-al-Fahm Sawt al-Haqq wa al-Hurriyah 7 July
The Palestinian paper Sawt al-Haqq wa al-Hurriyah took a look at the possible seating arrangements ...

Ramallah Al-Ayyam 12 July
... while Al-Ayyam from Ramallah had its own version of what might be on the table ...

Ramallah Al-Hayah al-Jadidah 12 July
... a theme also picked up by the Palestinian paper Al-Hayah al-Jadidah.

Amman Al-Arab al-Yawm 8 July
Meanwhile, Jordan's Al-Arab al-Yawm took a look at Prime Minister Barak's comments on "red lines"

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