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Biden Realizes the Palestinian Authority's Importance to Israel, but Expectations Remain Low

The Biden administration will presumably restore support for development agencies working in the Palestinian territory, but will not block Israeli settlement policy

Amira Hass
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Amira Hass

The Palestinians had been hoping for President Donald Trump’s defeat, even if their political expectations of the Democratic Party and President-elect Joe Biden have been low. And that goes both for the Palestinian public and its leadership.

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