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  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 54 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2017-04)
    In order to end the Palestinian division, the Palestinian Authority (PA) ‎suggested that Hamas hand ‎in the administration of the Gaza Strip to the ‎PA. Otherwise, Hamas should shoulder all matters ‎related to the ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 53 

    Unknown author (2016-10)
    The Palestinian Government has issued a decree deferring the ‎municipality and local council ‎elections which were supposed to be ‎held in the Palestinian territories in November, 2016. The ‎decree was ‎issued after the ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 52 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2016-05)
    The Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu rejected the French ‎Initiative that calls for holding a ‎peace conference in the Middle ‎East. The French Initiative suggests principles for ending the ‎‎conflict on the basis ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 51 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2015-11)
    In his last speech at the United Nations (UN), President Mahmoud ‎Abbas asked Israel to shoulder ‎its responsibilities as an occupying ‎authority and noted that Palestinian people will not be ‎committed to ‎carrying out ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 50 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2015-03)
    After the Palestinian Authority (PA) joined the International Criminal ‎Court, Israel has impounded ‎Palestinian tax revenues making the PA ‎unable to pay the full salaries of its employees‏.‏ At the last meeting of the ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 49 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2014-09)
    After more than fifty days of war on the Gaza Strip, a long term ‎ceasefire agreement was reached ‎under the auspices of Egypt. Egypt ‎called upon both the Israelis and the Palestinians to abide by a ‎complete ‎ceasefire ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 48 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2014-04)
    Peace talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis stopped because ‎Israel did not release, by ‎the end of March, the last group of pre-Oslo ‎prisoners as agreed upon between the two sides ‎under the auspices of the ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 47 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2013-11)
    Peace negotiations between the Palestinians and the Israelis were ‎resumed last July under ‎American auspices after it was stopped for ‎nearly three years. Both sides agreed that the ‎negotiations be held inside ‎Israel ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 46 

    Unknown author (2013-03)
    In view of the financial crisis that the Palestinian Authority (PA) suffers ‎from due to the delay in ‎transferring tax returns from Israel and the ‎delay of funds from the Arab countries, strikes ‎organized by trade ‎unions ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 45 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2012-10)
    After the failure to obtain recognition of a Palestinian state at the ‎Security Council, the PLO ‎declared that a bid will be submitted to the ‎UN General Assembly for obtaining the status of an ‎observer state under ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 44 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2012-04)
    A reconciliation agreement was signed in Doha under Qatari auspices ‎between President ‎Mahmoud Abbas and Mr. Khalid Mishal but the ‎agreement has not been implemented despite the ‎fact that it was signed ‎more than two ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 43 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2011-10)
    The Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) submitted a bid to the ‎United Nations (UN) ‎requesting full membership and a recognition of the ‎State of Palestine within the 1967 borders ‎with East Jerusalem as its ‎capital. ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 42 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2011-02)
    The Arab states handed to the Security Council a draft resolution that ‎condemns the Israeli ‎settlement-building in the West Bank and East ‎Jerusalem but the United States vetoed the ‎resolution.‎ A series of youth ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 41 

    Unknown author (2010-09)
    After ending a round of proximity talks directed by the American ‎senator, George Mitchell, the ‎United States called for holding direct talks ‎between the Palestinians and the Israelis under ‎American patronage. ‎Direct ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 40 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2010-04)
    The Arab League gave approval to the Palestinian Authority to conduct ‎proximity talks with Israel provided that Israel stops settlement ‎activities. Israel, however, and upon the visit of the US Vice President ‎declared ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 39 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2009-10)
    In view of deferring action on the report compiled by Richard Goldstone ‎regarding war on the Gaza ‎Strip, resubmitting it to the UN Human ‎Rights Council in Geneva and endorsing it, the Palestinian ‎scene ‎witnessed ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 38 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2009-07)
    Despite the rounds of dialogue held in Cairo, the Palestinian split still ‎persists. The new reality that ‎emerged in the last two rounds is that the ‎dialogue is transformed into a bilateral debate between ‎Fateh and Hamas ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 37 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2009-07)
    By the end of the truce period that was announced between Israel and ‎Hamas through Egyptian ‎mediation, Israel launched an unprecedented ‎attack on Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip that ‎targeted animate and ‎inanimate ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 36 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2008-11)
    After the Egyptian preparations and the intensive communications with ‎the Palestinian factions to ‎hold a conference for reconciliation in Cairo, ‎and after even sending out invitations to all Palestinian ‎factions and ...
  • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 35 

    Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2008-09)
    The Palestinian political realities are still suffering from a sate of division ‎between the West Bank ‎and the Gaza Strip and the division is intensified ‎by a verbal conflict that escalates with the ‎approaching end of ...

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