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Palestinian

a native or inhabitant of the former British mandate, or their descendants, esp such Arabs now living in the Palestinian Administered Territories, Jordan, Lebanon, or Israel, or as refugees from Israeli-occupied territory
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At a time when Palestinians are becoming increasingly marginalised, I sought to depict the emotions concealed behind external impositions upon the (http://www.
Palestinian media also has transformed Palestinians into Jesus, as in these examples: "Muhammad (Al Dura, child killed by undetermined gunfire) .
Although the hospital mainly provides services for Palestinian refugees in co-operation with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, it also supports the health and medical needs of the entire community.
Congress, they predicted, will overwhelmingly support ending assistance to a Hamas-led Palestinian government.
By revealing the daily life of Palestinians in the street, prison, home, and refugee camp she perceives balancing hopelessness with the desire to live a decent life demands much courage.
Palestinians celebrated by shooting off fireworks and, in some instances, setting fire to synagogues in the abandoned settlements.
Jerusalem -- Prime Minister Ariel Sharon began peace talks in February with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, as Abbas made the large-scale release of Palestinian prisoners a condition of continuing the truce.
Then he goes over the line: "Swallowing disappointment is hardly a compelling cure for Palestinian-Israeli hostility, especially when Palestinians are a generation away from being a demographic majority between the Mediterranean and the Jordan River.
Everything depends on how the [new] Palestinian leadership leads, whether they touch the hearts and minds of the Palestinian people .
Cramer meets an old friend, Brigadier Yitzhak Pundak, a former Gaza Strip governor who once preached coexistence with the Palestinians and who called Sharon a disgraceful officer in his memoirs.
At its best, this triumph of Sharonism condemns Israelis and Palestinians to more of the same mutually degrading cycle of violence and retribution and the slow unraveling of the Jewish nation.
It is our responsibility as the stronger party, as the occupying power, to convince the Palestinians that they can achieve their basic national aims, their just national.