What is Palestinian?

  • (noun): An ethnic group of Arabs formerly living in Palestine.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on palestinian, palestinians:

Economy Of The Palestinian Territories - History - West Bank, 2007-2011
... The first planned Palestinian city named Rawabi will be built north of Ramallah, with the help of funds from Qatar ... for tracking goods coming in and out of the area, launched in August 2009 by Palestinian customs in partnership with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development ... Olives of Peace is a joint Israeli-Palestinian business venture to sell olive oil ...
Estimates Of The Palestinian Refugee Flight Of 1948
... lists the various interim and final United Nations estimates for the number of Palestinian people who fled or were expelled from the area that became part of the State of Israel after the 1948 ... other interim and final estimates for the number of Palestinian refugees for that period ...
Fida'i
... The Palestinian national anthem ("My Redemption" Arabic فدائي‎ Fidāʼī ), is the national anthem of the Palestinian National Authority ... It was adopted by the Palestinian Liberation Organization in 1996, in accordance with Article 31 of the Palestinian Declaration of Independence from 1988 ... was composed by Egyptian maestro Ali Ismael, and it was known as the "anthem of the Palestinian redemption" ...
Plan Dalet - Execution
... by the principal Jewish authorities, had a deep impact on the morale of the Palestinian population ... Palestinian society was shaken ... in the flight of more than 250,000 Palestinians ...

More definitions of "Palestinian":

  • (adj): Of or relating to the area of Palestine and its inhabitants.
    Example: "Palestinian guerrillas"
  • (noun): A descendant of the Arabs who inhabited Palestine.
    Synonyms: Palestinian Arab

Famous quotes containing the word palestinian:

    I have told my husband that if he denies women equality, I will be in the vanguard of women on the streets, protesting outside his office in the new Palestinian state.
    Suha Tawil (b. 1963)