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What This Palestinian Would Have Told Biden During His Middle East Visit

The U.S. president spent an hour with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas before taking off to Saudi Arabia. He missed a chance to hear the view of ordinary Palestinians living under Israeli occupation

Ziad AbuZayyad.
Ziad Abu Zayyad
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President Joe Biden told us in advance, before his visit to the Middle East last week, that the Palestinian cause wasn’t going to be on his agenda. He made it clear that the purpose of his visit is to strengthen Israel's security by integrating it into a regional security system.

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