RAMALLAH, Thursday, August 13, 2020 (WAFA) – The Palestinian leadership declared today its rejection in toto of the US-brokered Israeli-Emirati deal on establishing full normalization of relations between the Israeli occupation and the United Arab Emirates, describing the deal as an aggression on the Palestinian people.
On the occasion of the International Youth Day, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) issues a press release demonstrating the situation of youth in the Palestinian society.
Within the current discussion of one state, two state solution, Dr Nasser Alkidwa, the president of the Yasser Arafat Foundation and member of the central committee of Fatah wrote an article in which he strongly believes that the one state solution is no solution and not even a negotiated...
The General Delegation of Palestine is pleased to present its second edition newsletter, for the month of July 2020. This edition continues to follow the Israeli annexation plan, in particular the continued Advocacy Campaign by the General Delegation of Palestine.
B’Tselem director-general Hagai El-Ad tells Haaretz why organizations like his have become the last form of Israeli resistance to the occupation, and how he copes with being branded a traitor.
World Population Day is an annual event, observed on the 11th July, which seeks to raise awareness and highlight important and urgent global population issues.
The Palestinian Embassy is pleased to present its first edition Newsletter, for the month of June 2020. This edition focuses on the Israeli annexation plan and the position of the Palestinian Leadership toward this. It highlights the many activities of the Palestinian Embassy’s Advocacy Campaign, and the responses by the...
The PLO Negotiations Affairs Department has published a new book, entitled: “Looming Annexation Israel’s Denial of Palestine’s Right to Exist”, on the occasion of the Israeli annexation plan of West Bank settlements, Jordan Valley and North of the Dead Sea.
On 19th & 22nd June 2020, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) conducted sessions to discuss the human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. The council, which consists of 47 member states, discussed and voted on 4 resolutions on Palestine:
The Australian Centre for International Justice (ACIJ) issued a Policy Brief to "urge the Australian Government to respond swiftly to a matter of global concern regarding Israel’s imminent annexation of Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)".