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PLO condemns Israel’s plan to build 3,000 new settler units

PRESSTV Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:16PM GMT Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has condemned Israel’s plan to build 3,000 new settler units in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the West Bank as an act of aggression “against a state.” HM/SS (end) Note from occpal:Rule 130. States may not deport or transfer parts of their own civilian population […]

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Israeli MKs plan to burn Palestinian flags in Jerusalem as Eldad calls Bibi a “dishrag” | #Palestine2UN

Maan News Agency | Nov 28, 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Knesset members plan to burn Palestinian flags in Jerusalem on Thursday to protest a UN vote to upgrade Palestine’s status, Israeli media reported Wednesday. MKs Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben Ari, of the new Power to Israel party, will burn Palestinian flags outside UN headquarters, […]

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51 states ‘undecided’ over Palestinian UN bid

Maan News Agency | Nov 9, 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Fifty-one countries are undecided over whether to support in its bid to become a non-member state of the UN, an Arab League official said Friday. Mohammad Sbeih, secretary-general of Palestinian affairs at the Arab League, said 115 states were expected to vote for the upgrade […]

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Why it matters so little what Mahmoud Abbas says ~ by @docjazzmusic

Friday, 28 September 2012 | DocJazz.com | by Dr. Tariq Shadid It has not gone unnoticed that Palestinians are showing little interest in Mahmoud Abbas’s speech to the United Nations, which he held on the 27th of September. Most Palestinians have no idea what he said, and do not care to know it. There is […]

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PIJ chief: UN bid comes after PA peace talk failure

[ 18/09/2011 – 12:54 PM ] TEHRAN, (PIC)– Ramadan Shallah, secretary-general of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) downplayed the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s UN bid for state recognition, calling it the result of the PA’s “sense of failure” in the peace process with Israel. “The decision-maker in negotiations should have instead referred to the […]

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