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The Palestinian issue and the horizon of the new birth

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The Palestinian situation is facing one of the most complex historical challenges in the light of Zionism’s renewal of its colonial and occupational principles and its pursuit of Judaising the land, the state, and the geography at all costs. Over the past two decades, the Palestinian geography has been cut up and severed into several parts in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, and the territories occupied in 1948. The Jewish Nation-State Law that was passed in 2018 was a prelude to more conflict and Judaisation, as, according to its statements, the Zionist state will not accept less than complete surrender to its positions from its victims, taking advantage of the dismantled Arab situation and an international situation conducive to this.

This means, in the practical sense that Israel is seeking to annex critical parts of the occupied West Bank to Israel, especially those densely populated by Jewish settlers, whose numbers reached 750,000 in Jerusalem and the West Bank. Given this atmosphere and situation, Israel will seek to create conditions, perhaps military conditions (a new war) to displace and expel more residents of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, although it may not succeed in doing so. In essence, the two-state solution has ended and nothing but the awareness of the Arab Palestinian people and their resistance of Israeli policies.

Until now, neither the PA, Fatah, or Hamas and its authority in Gaza can offer an alternative to the increasingly dangerous conditions. The Palestinian strategy, as confirmed by the return marches in Gaza and the various struggles in the West Bank, is unable to move towards a comprehensive initiative in light of the enemy’s growing brutality. The situation is even more dangerous due to several Arab countries adopting........

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