February 17, 2013

Palestine Cannot Build Democracy While Occupied

Jim Zogby, The National

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In what can only be described as chutzpah, David Keyes, the executive director of a group called Advancing Human Rights, penned a column in The New York Times last week called Palestine's Democracy Deficit.

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TAGGED: Palestinians, West Bank, Palestine, Israel, Middle East

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