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World not trusting Israel’s ‘flimsy’ terrorist claims against Palestinian NGOs, says Daoud Kuttab
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti and Amberin Zaman, an Al-Monitor Podcast
World not trusting Israel’s ‘flimsy’ terrorist claims against Palestinian NGO’s, says Daoud KuttabWorld not trusting Israel’s ‘flimsy’ terrorist claims against Palestinian NGO’s, says Daoud Kuttab
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Al-Monitor columnist Daoud Kuttab says that Jerusalem and settlements remain the big issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; why Hamas is gaining in popularity; how Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has managed the consequences of the  Abraham Accords and thinking about his legacy and succession; and why we may see more Palestinian protests in the coming year.
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