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Palestinians on annexation plan: ‘We are already destroyed’

WorldNews Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Palestinians on annexation plan: ‘We are already destroyed’Jordan Valley residents fear Netanyahu pledge could kill off notion of a future state of Palestine - Dark-green date palms stand out against the sprawling desert that descends sharply from the hills of Jerusalem to the Jordan River. To the south, the Dead Sea – the lowest place on the surface of the...
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News video: Palestinians vow to keep Jordan Valley land

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Palestinians vow to defy Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to annex the Jordan Valley, saying the land isn't his to hold on to. The Israeli prime minister made the pledge ahead of next week's election. Lucy Fielder reports.

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