Jordan’s Prince Hasan on refugees, final status

FOFOGNET Digest – 6 Dec 1998 to 7 Dec 1998 (#1998-59) Cairo al-Ahram in Arabic 3 Dec 98 p 6, via FBIS/WNC. “Second part” of interview with Jordan’s Crown Prince Hasan Bin-Talal by Ahmad Nafi’ at the Jordanian Royal Court in Amman on 28 November 1998. [Nafi’] Jordan has played a key role in the Palestinian issue and the peace…

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Understanding International Import and Export

Share For anyone interested in working in the import and export industry, it is important to have a basic understanding of this business. These two types of trade refers to all of the goods and services that countries exchange and is known as international trade. Importing is the act of buying goods from another country and reselling them in your…

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What Qualities Do Employees Look For While Hiring People?

If you feel that relevant educational background and experience are the only things that employees would look for in you while hiring, then you are wrong. No doubt, these two are the most important factors but there are some additional traits that employees look for, in their employees while hiring them. Let us discuss some of them in detail. One…

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Image via Wikipedia The World Trade Organization regulates trade between countries around the globe to ensure that it is fair, free and even predictable. It was formed and 1995 and acts as an administrator to benefit countries across the world that are involved in business agreements with other nations, including multilateral agreements. It also helps with disputes between countries. The…

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التعليم

مدرسة ذكور الأمعري الأساسية          تأسست في عام 1951م على شكل خيمة كبيرة تتسع لابناء اللاجئين ثم تم نقلها إلى مكان أخر ابعد من الأول لكي يتسع لعدة خيم كل منها يشكل صف، و عانى الطلاب من البرد القارص في هذه الخيام الأمر الذر اجبر وكالة الغوث إلى استئجار أبنية متباعدة و صغيرة شكلت المدرسة. في عام 1964 تم بناء…

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Understanding the World Trade Organization

Image via Wikipedia The World Trade Organization regulates trade between countries around the globe to ensure that it is fair, free and even predictable. It was formed and 1995 and acts as an administrator to benefit countries across the world that are involved in business agreements with other nations, including multilateral agreements. It also helps with disputes between countries. The…

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Piece on the Internet

According to a new report from Human Rights Watch, one million people in the Arab world now have Internet access. Words like “Internet”, “the Web”, “Sites”, and “home pages” have become the new magic incantations. Most news articles about this medium -as opposed by the specialized columns now common in newspapers- read as if authors had no experience with these…

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Property Restitution and Compensation Rights

United Press InternationalSeptember 28, 1998 AMMAN, Jordan, Sept. 28 (UPI) — An Israeli court has made an  unprecedented ruling that the Hebrew University return property it took in 1948 when Israel was created to an Arab Christian group in a legal battle that began in 1953. Jordanian lawyers say (today) the precedent will encourage many  Jordanians of Palestinian origin to…

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The Mountain To Climb Dr. Salman Abu-Sitta

The final status negotiations, which reopened in September 1999, will directly confront all those hot and existential issues, which have constituted the Arab-Zionist conflict for the past century. Among these issues, is the one issue central to our people, i.e. the Palestinian refugee question. As the negotiations commence, we are confronted with the same old, rigid positions, which – upheld…

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SOME POLITICAL IMPERATIVES FACING THE PALESTINE NATIONAL MOVEMENT AND THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE

Source: MSANEWS English-language text of her unofficial political address sponsored by the Palestinian General Delegation (PLO representation office) in London, England, to the Association of the Palestinian Community, held at London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies, 22 October 1997. I Introduction In discussing the political imperatives facing the Palestine national movement, it is important to start with the…

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