Which Palestinian leader will dominate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

The Palestinian Authority, with some 200,000 members, is the largest Palestinian political party and the largest political party in Israel, but its leaders have struggled to get a foothold in the country.

They are seen as untrustworthy, and some have been accused of being corrupt.

In the past, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he would not rule out a political transition if his party is not re-elected, but his party has yet to win a seat in parliament, and the Palestinian Authority is in the midst of a power struggle.

This week, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas visited Israel and met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top Israeli officials.

This is the second visit to Israel by Abbas in four years.

Abbas met with Netanyahu, and both leaders spoke in favor of an Arab state.

But while they talked about the Palestinian cause, Netanyahu told the assembled crowd in Tel Aviv, “There is no Palestinian state.”

In an interview on CNN last month, Abbas said that there was no future for an independent Palestinian state, and he said that Israel would never recognize the Palestinian state.

In a speech in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Abbas also reiterated his stance on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, saying that his government was not going to give up on its goal of “democratizing” the Palestinian territories.

Read more: The West Bank and East Jerusalem Palestinians have been under Israeli occupation since 1967, when the country captured the West Bank.

Since then, there have been several ceasefires, including one last year, when Israel and the Palestinians reached a deal that led to the end of hostilities.

However, it remains unclear how much control Israel would have over the Palestinians after a re-election, and it is unclear whether the new Palestinian president would be beholden to Israel.

Abbas is not the only senior Palestinian official to be criticized by Israel.

Prime Minister Tzipi Livni, who was elected in a landslide in 2014, has faced criticism for her failure to win over Palestinian voters.

She is also under fire for her handling of the recent Gaza war, which saw over 1,000 Palestinians die.

Both the Israel Defense Forces and the Gaza health authorities blamed the Palestinian leadership for the conflict, which claimed the lives of more than 2,200 Palestinians and 1,100 Israelis.

Which Palestinian leader will dominate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

The Palestinian Authority, with some 200,000 members, is the largest Palestinian political party and the largest political party in Israel, but its leaders have struggled to get a foothold in the country.

They are seen as untrustworthy, and some have been accused of being corrupt.

In the past, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has said that he would not rule out a political transition if his party is not re-elected, but his party has yet to win a seat in parliament, and the Palestinian Authority is in the midst of a power struggle.

This week, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas visited Israel and met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top Israeli officials.

This is the second visit to Israel by Abbas in four years.

Abbas met with Netanyahu, and both leaders spoke in favor of an Arab state.

But while they talked about the Palestinian cause, Netanyahu told the assembled crowd in Tel Aviv, “There is no Palestinian state.”

In an interview on CNN last month, Abbas said that there was no future for an independent Palestinian state, and he said that Israel would never recognize the Palestinian state.

In a speech in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Abbas also reiterated his stance on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, saying that his government was not going to give up on its goal of “democratizing” the Palestinian territories.

Read more: The West Bank and East Jerusalem Palestinians have been under Israeli occupation since 1967, when the country captured the West Bank.

Since then, there have been several ceasefires, including one last year, when Israel and the Palestinians reached a deal that led to the end of hostilities.

However, it remains unclear how much control Israel would have over the Palestinians after a re-election, and it is unclear whether the new Palestinian president would be beholden to Israel.

Abbas is not the only senior Palestinian official to be criticized by Israel.

Prime Minister Tzipi Livni, who was elected in a landslide in 2014, has faced criticism for her failure to win over Palestinian voters.

She is also under fire for her handling of the recent Gaza war, which saw over 1,000 Palestinians die.

Both the Israel Defense Forces and the Gaza health authorities blamed the Palestinian leadership for the conflict, which claimed the lives of more than 2,200 Palestinians and 1,100 Israelis.

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