Statement by Dr. Saeb Erakat S.G. P.l.O .February ,25 th 2020: The UN Security Council reaffirmed its support for a two-state solution....


We have welcomed their positions by calling upon them to call for an international peace conference ,yet we have reiterated our calls for concrete measures to be taken in order to save the prospects of a just and lasting peace, based on international law .

Summary of Deal of the Century


After carefully studying the Deal, here is my summary for the 181 pages: The Deal of the Century calls itself a vision to improve the lives of the Palestinian and Israeli people. The deal came in two frameworks: Political Framework - first 50 pages Economic framework - the rest 130 pages



The Trump Administration’s “Peace to Prosperity” plan is rife with international law violations, including international human rights law, international humanitarian law, to international criminal law, customary international law and nearly every United Nations resolution passed regarding the Palestine question. It mirrors Israel’s constant disregard for and violation of international law.

Exposed: The “Con of The Century” Will Not Bring Peace


On 28 January 2020, the U.S. released its permanent "apartheid" plan for Palestine, which was mainly authored by Jared Kushner, Jason Greenblatt, and David Friedman - all three are ardent supporters of Israel's illegal colonial-settlement enterprise. Over the past two years that preceded the announcement of this plan, the Trump administration has recognized Israel's illegal annexation of occupied Jerusalem and the occupied Syrian Golan,

Dr. Saeb Erekat in Washington Post The U.S. is no longer an actor for peace. Other nations must now pressure Israel. ...


The upshot of the Trump administration’s Middle East plan was predictable for two reasons: the composition of President Trump’s Middle East team, mainly extreme supporters of Israel’s illegal colonial settlements; and the steps taken during the past three years that contradict the most basic U.S. commitments to the Middle East peace process, starting with U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and the endorsement of the annexation of further occupied Palestinian territory.

Erekat : Netanyahu's Campaign Plan To Annex West Bank's Jordan Valley Will Destroy Middle East


Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Secretary-General Saeb Erekat said on Friday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's campaign promise to annex the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank could exacerbate the situation in the region.

Recognition of Palestine


The inalienable right of the people of Palestine to self-determination is indisputable. It has a solid basis in international law, UN resolutions and enjoys overall international legitimacy. Yet, the Palestinian right to self-determination has been systemically denied for decades as a result of Israel’s occupation, and the international community has not assumed its responsibility to fulfill this fundamental right. A significant step in that direction is the recognition of the State of Palestine. This question and answer document highlights this important matter for justice, peace and security.