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PA PM against “establishment of an American hospital” in Gaza, calls first Palestinian terror wave blessed “Intifada”

Headline: “The [PA] government welcomes the American Congress’ decision in favor of the two-state solution and against the settlements”

“At the opening of the [PA] government’s weekly meeting, which was held yesterday [Dec. 9, 2019] in Ramallah, [PA] Prime Minister [Muhammad Shtayyeh] said… that the government is prepared to operate the Turkish hospital in the Gaza Strip. He noted that it has been agreed with the Turkish friends to cover the operating expenses of the hospital, which the [PA] Ministry of Health will be responsible for managing. He emphasized the opposition to the establishment of an American hospital, which was transferred from the Syrian-Turkish border to the Gaza Strip.

The prime minister blessed our people in all districts of the homeland… for the 32nd anniversary of the blessed Intifada (i.e., the first Intifada, Palestinian wave of violence and terror against Israel, approximately 200 Israelis murdered, 1987-1993).”


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