The Early Steps in Palestine Self-Determination

The Early Steps in Palestine Self-Determination - The Early...

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The Early Steps in Palestine’s Self-Determination In 1968, The Palestine National Charter was proposed to the United Nations. Within it, the grounds for Palestine having its own country were proposed. Were these grounds for self- determination legitimate? Did the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and its leader, Arafat, best represent these claims? There were many grounds stated in the 1968 Palestine National Charter for self- determination. Palestine is a homeland for Arab people, not necessarily Jewish people. The acceptable boundaries would be those that were defined in the 1922 Palestine Mandate proposed before the League of Nations. The Palestine Arab people had a right to their homeland, even though they were evicted by the Zionist movement. Any, Jew or Palestine Arab, who lived in the area before 1947, would be classified as a Palestine. Armed conflict was the only method to achieve liberation. The Palestine Arab people had a right to self-determination. The Palestine people desire Arab unity and liberation of Palestine. It was the responsibility of the Arab
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2009 for the course QWE 65 taught by Professor Qasd during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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