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Rizqa: The occupation demise is approaching

[ PIC 08/06/2013 – 05:31 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Dr. Yousef Rizqa, political adviser to Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haneyya, said that developments in the region prove that the occupation’s demise is approaching. Rizqa said in a statement on Saturday that the global march to Jerusalem (GMJ), which was organized on Friday in 50 countries […]

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Sheikh Salah: Israel’s demise is looming following the Arab Spring

[ PIC 03/02/2013 – 01:36 PM ] AMMAN, (PIC)– Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, stated that the demise of the Israeli occupation regime is very imminent following the Arab Spring revolutions. In a ceremony held on Sunday in the Jordanian capital Amman to commemorate the Prophet of […]

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#Gaza | Sheikh Salah: Aggression on Gaza is the beginning of the occupation’s demise

[ PIC 24/11/2012 – 10:31 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The head of the Islamic movement in 1948 occupied Palestine, Sheikh Raed Salah, said that the new war waged by Israel on the besieged Gaza Strip represents the beginning of the occupation’s demise. Sheikh Salah said, during a press conference on Thursday evening in Jerusalem, […]

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Sheikh Salah: al-Aqsa division hastens the demise of the occupation

[ PIC 22/09/2012 – 04:16 PM ] UMM AL-FAHM, (PIC)– Sheikh Raed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in 1948-occupied Palestine, asserted that the Israeli occupation acceleration to divide al-Aqsa Mosque will speed up the demise of the Zionist entity. Sheikh Raed Salah’s speech came during the seventeenth “al-Aqsa in danger” Festival in which he […]

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Settlement Construction Causing the Slow Demise of the Two-State Solution

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures Tuesday January 17, 2012 13:02 by William Gibson – IMEMC & Agencies A tour of several European Capitals by the Palestinian President has given several politicians a sterner voice. This is welcome at a time when the two-state solution is steadily slipping through the […]

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