Murad, It seems to me that the Palestinian National movement has failed not because of wanting to be independent, but are doing in micro what what happened when Lawrence of Arabia brought the Arab speakers who were occupied by the Turks after they "won the war". They wanted one great Arab Union, and it fell apart almost as soon as sit began. The Great Powers picked up the pieces and took over. Today, with Palestinian Arabs its a fight between one Mukhtar and another fighting the other over the same turf with another set of Great Powers mixing in to make it more interesting. Somehow, East-Central Europe leadership was better, even Mandella Jomo Kenyatta knew enough to stop the violence when it looked like peace was coming. It kept the "foreigners" out, and made it possible to build a nation. One hopes that the Palestinian Arabs have time to stop fighting among themselves and build a nation for themselves.
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