Palestine has received membership in the UN’s education, science and culture body after 107 of the 173 attending member states voted for it, with 14 against. The US objected to the move and threatened to curb its donations to the organization.
Two thirds of the delegates present and voting had to support the motion for it to be approved. With 52 members abstaining, Palestine needed 81 votes to be admitted. Continue reading
Bolivian President Evo Morales holds up a Palestinian flag as he addresses the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011. Continue reading
خريطة العالم وتبين باللون الأخضر الغامق الدول التي تعترف بدولة فلسطين الأخضر الفاتح للدول التي لديها ممثلية فلسطينية والبني للدول التي تستقبل بعثة فلسطينية، فيما اللون الرمادي للدول التي لا تعترف ولا يوجد لديها تمثيل فلسطيني، ويعترف بدولة فلسطين 131 دولة على حدود 1967 Continue reading
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le 21 septembre 2011
Journée de mobilisation internationale pour la reconnaissance de l’État de Palestine
LA FRANCE DOIT RECONNAÎTRE L’ÉTAT DE PALESTINE
LA PALESTINE DOIT DEVENIR MEMBRE DE L’ONU
تجمع ساحه الاوبرا في باريس لمطالبه الحكومه الفرنسيه بالاعتراف بدوله فلسطين Continue reading
Miko Peled is the son of General Matti Peled, who was a leader in the 1967 war who also fought in the War of Independence in 1948. Like his father, Peled is an advocate for an end to the occupation of Palestine. As an Israeli, he offers an insider’s perspective on just how far Israel has strayed from its democratic Continue reading
A close look at RECOGNIZING PALESTINE … The right To know
The Algiers Declaration of 1988 claimed a sovereign Palestinian state. But the recognition of Kosovo, which declared its independence in 2009 has brought the long-forgotten proposal of Palestinian independence back into play. More recently, Brazil and Argentina have weighed in with their recognition of Palestine within 1967 boundaries. But will this idea take hold? It it a serious proposal or just a meaningless gesture? And has the reality of Israel’s occupation already made an independent state impossible? We examine these implications as the United Nations decides in September 2011 whether to adopt a resolution recognizing Palestine.