RAMALLAH, November 29, 2014 – (WAFA) – France Foreign Minister’s Laurent Fabius’s remarks over setting a two-year deadline for resolving the Palestinian question and recognition of Palestinian state hit the front page headlines of the dailies
Here are the front page headlines of the dailies.
– Two Palestinians and an Italian solidarity activist are injured with live fire, dozens suffocate as Israeli forces fire live bullets and tear gas canisters on [peaceful] weekly marches against the wall and settlement construction.
– A Palestinian is injured when Israeli forces open fire on houses and properties near the border with Gaza to the east of Jabaliya.
– [ Israeli authorities launch] eight surveillance blimps and 1,000 surveillance cameras over Jerusalem.
– Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah visits Italian solidarity activist, Patrick Corsi, who was critically injured by Israeli occupation forces live fire [at the weekly Kafr Qaddum anti-wall and settlement peaceful march].
– Arab Foreign Ministers will discuss today ]Saturday[ the latest developments in the Palestinian arena.
– Israel Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman presents a ‘regional peace proposal’ involving land swaps and encouraging Palestinians in Israel to move to the future Palestinian state [by offering them ‘economic incentives].
– Israel expects that a sea blockade would be imposed on its seaports in any future ‘war’ with Hezbollah.
– France will recognize the Palestinian state if peace efforts fail.
– Israeli ‘Police’ Inspector-General Yohanan Danino: We will not allow right-wing members of Knesset to ‘visit’ the Al-Aqsa Mosque Complex.
– Turkey denies hosting a Hamas headquarter.
– A Palestinian police officer was mistakenly shot dead in Egypt.
– A Palestinian girl is arrested by Israeli forces from Hebron under the pretext of attempting to stab an Israeli soldier.
– Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-‘Arabi: There are positive indicators that Palestinian state is gaining increasing recognition.
– Nadian Abu Jamal, the wife of Ghassan Abu Jamal, [who was shot dead by Israeli police for being involved in the attack against West Jerusalem synagogue] is summoned by Israeli police to hand her family reunification revoke order.
– Dozens are injured, including a critically-injured Italian solidarity activist, as Israeli occupation forces quell weekly ]peaceful] marches.
– President [Mahmoud Abbas] holds several meetings in Cairo.
– France Foreign Minister’s Laurent Fabius: France supports the adoption of a UN Security Council’s resolution setting a two-year deadline to conclude a Palestinian-Israeli agreement.
– Early Knesset elections are anticipated in March 2015, a former Likud minister announces the formation of a new party.
– Russian President Vladimir Putin affirms to his Palestinian counterpart Russia’s support for the Palestinian people’s rights.
– A Palestinian young man is injured as Israeli occupation forces open fire on him to the east of Jabalya.
– Over 50,000 worshipers performed the Friday noon prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, preacher affirms his rejection of Israeli attempt to outlaw the Mourabitoun, [the Muslim guards of the mosque].
– Lieberman proposes offering the Palestinians in Jaffa and Acca (Acre) money to relocate to the future Palestinian state.
– The Portuguese Parliament affirms the Palestinian people’s right to self-determination.
– Fabius: Recognizing the Palestinian state is a right and not a boon, France requests the conclusion of a peace agreement within two years.
– Dozens of Palestinians are injured, including an Italian solidarity activist, with live bullets across the West Bank.
– President Mahmoud Abbas stresses the need for donor countries’ to commit to provide funds pledged for Gaza reconstruction.
– Putin: We constantly support the implementation of the Palestinians’ legitimate right to establish their independent state.
– Hamdallah visits Italian solidarity activist Patrick Corsi, shot and injured by Israeli occupation forces, at hospital.
– Lieberman proposes offering the Palestinians in Israel money to relocate to the future Palestinian state.
– Israeli military chief rabbi: The Al-Aqsa Mosque doesn’t has any religious significance according to Islam.
– A UN delegation will arrive soon in the Gaza Strip to examine the damages caused by the latest Israeli onslaught.