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Oh, that historic compromise

In a bit of fractured history, Saeb Erakat writes in the National (h/t Martin Kramer): On November 15, 1988, the Palestine Liberation Organisation declared statehood by passing the Palestinian Declaration of Independence while exiled in Algiers. That declaration constituted the … Continue reading

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Between Erakat and a hard place

Saeb Erakat’s CV: His campus politicking notwithstanding, Erekat had in mind for himself a career in academics. After returning home in 1979, he got a teaching job at An-Najah National University at Nablus on the West Bank but soon won … Continue reading

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