from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Palestine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Palestine, or the Holy Land, a region in southwestern Syria.
- n. A native of Palestine.
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- adj. of or relating to the area of Palestine and its inhabitants
- n. a descendant of the Arabs who inhabited Palestine
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Cosatu has called for the Israeli ambassador to be "kicked out" of South Africa, for the embassy to be "shut down," for a "total boycott of Israeli goods" and for the "savage rule of Zionism over the Palestinian territories to come to and end". we should heed the call of palestinian professors beseeching us to boycott israeli terrorist professors:
'Hard To Visualize Implementation Of Any Olmert-Abbas Agreement Because Abbas Represents Only One Part Of Palestinian People' israeli blood for palestinian fuel
Nations. yep, it's pretty quaint stuff, couched in terms of newness and normalcy, of foreigness and familiarity. it describes the music as modern and "swingy" and yet timeless, as being of universal appeal - they belong to everyone - and yet "from a single nationality." i wonder whether the universalist rhetoric was meant to appeal to non-jews or simply to jews ambivalent about their jewishness? or am i simply being naive about midcentury, metropolitan jewishness? it is interesting to me also that, apparently, zionist discourse had not yet divorced the term palestinian from any association with jewish heritage.
She is a left-leaning lawyer who has been involved in palestinian causes for several years.
They are no much diferent from CNN or BBC. look at the fellows. al jazeera correspondent in palestinian territories jacky rowland (former bbc journalist)
I had to switch off Radio 4 in disgust at the book programme last week going on about the so-called palestinian book festival - as if there was any distinct palestinian culture as opposed to general Arab "culture".
Although there may be an element of this, I think it is more to do with being pro-palestinian, which is perhaps more to do with a romantic attachment to the oppressed, and the idea of overthrowing tyrannies (which is of course a traditional left-wing idea).
I would like that one day just one day all of these people that are so pro Hammas will suffer one of the attacks that Israel has to support, the palestinian problem was generated by there fellow arabs, and the situation they live is maintained by there fellow arabs and there goverments, no country including Lebanon Jordan has ever given to these so called palestinian any rights they are simple barganing chips
After the attacks of september 11, 2001, sharon claimed that arafat was the zionists 'bin laden, "Israel's right wing prime minister ariel sharon was accused of fuelling the tension by calling palestinian leader yasser arafat," Israel's osama bin laden. ""
Every news organisation you can read calls palestinian soldiers "militants" for instance.