"Don't you have a brain?" one lawmaker asked her.
On the vote to raise our flag at the U.N., the international community demonstrated its solidarity with the Palestinian people. Now it must act with urgency to seize the momentum from this symbolic gesture and provide a clear plan to end the illegal Israeli occupation, uphold human rights and achieve justice. It is time to finally achieve the independence of the State of Palestine, peacefully resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict -- the core of the Arab-Israeli conflict -- as was promised long ago.
In fact, the agreement formalized what had been the Vatican's view for several years. "We have recognized the State of Palestine
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's vow that there would be no Palestinian state under his leadership, made in the
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Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, the only member of the Spanish government to attend the debate, said the government
Today my prayers are for the safety of the people of Israel but also for the Palestinian people. May our prayers help to move Hamas to recognize and accept Israel, and for Israel to then accept terms that will ensure a better future for the people of Gaza.
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Palestinian negotiators are now facing the tough challenge of applying to join various UN agencies while, at the same time, agreeing, to continue peace talks until the end of April.
Following Danon's interview, Netanyahu last week reiterated his commitment to a Palestinian state, saying he and US Secretary
A slender majority of Israelis support the creation of a separate Palestinian state, but do not have high hopes for a peace
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. General Assembly has voted by a more than two-thirds majority to recognize the state of Palestine
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas appealed to the U.N. General Assembly to recognize
"The second assurance relates to membership of other specialised UN agencies and action in the International Criminal Court