Posted July 17, 2019 06:00:38The Palestinian students at Beit Sahour university in the West Bank city of Ramallah are on the front lines of the fight for a future in a country they say they have always lived and fought for.
The Palestinian National Initiative (PNI) has been organizing a demonstration against the construction of a new Israeli settlement, the construction and sale of the homes of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, and the closure of the Palestinian schools in Ramallah and Hebron.
They want the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) to end the occupation, end settlement construction and allow the Palestinian students to live in the Palestinian towns and villages.
The students are part of a growing movement against the “occupation” and the construction in the Israeli settlements.
They say the current Israeli government is pushing ahead with the construction despite the lack of international support and condemnation of its crimes.
The PNA is currently debating a resolution to approve the annexation of East Jerusalem and the West, including the construction, of the new Jewish settlements in the area.
The issue of the settlement issue has become a key issue in the upcoming Israeli elections, with both the pro-Israel Likud party and the right-wing Zionist Union (Likud) seeking to capitalize on the support from the right wing voters.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has long maintained the right of the Palestinians to decide their own future in the region, but his party is in opposition to the current government.
In a bid to win the support of voters, the PNA has launched a massive campaign to draw the attention of Palestinians to the Israeli violations of international law and the Palestinian people.
“We are not only trying to raise the Palestinian vote, but we are also trying to increase the support among the Palestinian population,” said Nadim Barghouti, a member of the PNP.
The Palestinians are taking the issue of building in occupied lands and the illegal settlements to the next level, Barghoutsi said.
They are also targeting the construction industry, saying that they are not building the homes that they want and that they can’t afford, he said.
“The students have the most powerful voices in the PNNI and the PNAS.
They have been making a difference in the last years, and we hope they will continue to do so,” Barghansi said, adding that the PNI and PNAS have received over $10 million in donations and that the campaign has reached over 1,200 members.”
If the PNF and PNA are successful in pushing the students to stand up for the rights of the people, they will help the Palestinian cause,” Barhouti added.
The Israeli government has always denied the right to build in the territories occupied by Israel since 1967, saying it is only allowed for security reasons.
The UN has repeatedly condemned the Israeli actions, saying the right for a Palestinian state to exist cannot be legitimized by any means.
Palestinians say the occupation has pushed them to the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe.
The PNA says that the Palestinian government needs to be strengthened to combat the Israeli occupation, especially after the collapse of the peace negotiations, which ended in July 2019.
A PNAS report on the impact of the Oslo accords on the peace process concluded that it has led to a worsening of the economic situation and that Israeli settlers are being pushed to the margins of the occupied territories.
The Israeli government blames the Palestinians for the deterioration of the economy.
Barghoutsis students say they are doing what is right for the Palestinian economy, but are also fighting for their rights.
“The students were not born into the occupation.
They came to Ramallah to defend their right to live and work in the Occupied Territories, but they were not given the opportunity to do that,” said Ibrahim al-Abdullah, a student from the West Ramallah neighborhood of Beit She’an.”
It’s not just about money.
I want a part of the country.
I think the Israeli state should not be able to break our rights,” he added.
According to the PNI, the Palestinians have received more than 1.5 billion shekels ($11.2 million) from the international community since they took over the West Jerusalem areas from Jordan in 1967.
They were granted independence from Jordan, but Israel has been unable to grant them the right, or the right in all other parts of the West bank, including East Jerusalem, the report said.
The report also said that the UN is committed to the establishment of a Palestinian national agency and the establishment on the ground of a transitional governing body.