An anti-government protester holds a picture of Lebanese president Michel Aoun  during a demonstration  in Beirut’s Ashrafieh district. Photograph: AP Photo/Hassan Ammar

Macron has urged all political forces in Lebanon to set aside their personal and sectarian interests to help the people

 Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul:  According to Amnesty and ALQST, she and other women detainees have been beaten, given electric shocks and sexually harassed. Photograph: Facebook/AFP via Getty Images

Family highlights Loujain al-Hathloul’s case in hope of securing better conditions for activist

Yemenis bury the body of a Houthi fighter allegedly killed in recent fighting with Saudi-backed government forces, at a cemetery in Sanaa. Photograph: Yahya Arhab/EPA

Aid agencies criticise Trump administration’s move in country ravaged by war and famine

Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul: has been on hunger strike since October 26th. Photograph: Facebook

Virtual event to focus on pandemic concerns as critics call for boycott of Riyadh for abuses

Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh: Cash-strapped authority needs Israel  to transfer taxes and tariffs.  Photograph: Issam Rimawi/Anadolu Agency

Finance likely motivator of return to security collaboration and intelligence sharing

Lebanon had contained the spread of coronavirus from March to July, but cases began to soar in August after the port blast. Photograph: Hasan Shaaban/Bloomberg

Cases of coronavirus top 100,000 as police patrol streets to ensure compliance

Palestinian UN doctors with patients waiting at the entrance of the Rimal health centre affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian refugees (Unrwa)  in Gaza City on November Tuesday. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP via Getty Images

Unrwa says staff face pay deferrals unless it can raise €60m in coming weeks

 Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani: Iran ‘considers constructive engagement with the world as a strategy’. Photograph:  EPA

Biden administration likely to re-engage with Tehran rather than punish it

  Joe Biden (L) walks to a joint press conference with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas after their March 2010 meeting at the presidential compound in Ramallah, West Bank. Photograph: Uriel Sinai/Getty Images

Autocrats will mourn Trump’s loss, but most will not miss his destabilising effect

US president Donald Trump  with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (left)   in Riyadh in May 2017. Photograph:   Bandar Al-Jaloud/Saudi Royal Palace/AFP via Getty Images

Survey finds 39% back Democratic candidate while only 12% support Donald Trump

French police block  access to the Notre Dame de l’Assomption basilica in Nice after   Brahim Aouissaoui killed  three people at the church. Photograph:  Valery Hache/AFP via Getty Images

Brahim Aouissaoui one of thousands of young Tunisian men radicalised by Islamic State, al-Qaeda

Palestinian demonstrators lift placards protesting the Sudan normalisation agreement with Israel, in Rafah town in the southern Gaza Strip last Saturday. Photograph:  Said Khatib/AFP via Getty Images

Discussions to be held in coming weeks amid division between proponents and opponents

A Yemeni woman feeds her malnourished child through a tube at a UN-supported hospital in Sana’a, Yemen, last Tuesday. Photograph: Yahya Arhab/EPA

Saudi Arabia has halved its pledge to $500m while Emirates have given nothing this year

Saad Hariri: previously served as Lebanese prime minister from 2009-11 and from 2016-2020 but struggled to resolve the nation’s many problems. Photograph: Wael Hamzeh/EPA

Clashes erupt in Beirut after president’s nominee secures narrow backing of parliament

The-newly elected Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar talks to his supporters, Sunday, October 18th, 2020. Photograph: AP Photo/Nedim Enginsoy

Surprise victory by nationalist Ersin Tatar could torpedo UN efforts to restart talks

 Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman on an official visit to Paris in  April, 2018. (Photograph: Stephane Cardinale/Corbis via Getty Images

Kingdom was only candidate not to secure a seat on the 47-member UN human rights council

A Lebanese anti-government protester draped in a national flag sits overlooking the Mohammed al-Amin mosque and the Martyrs square in Beirut on November 14th, 2019. Photograph:  Patrick Baz/AFP via Getty Images

Good-humoured protests a year ago soon turned fractious – and then tragedy struck

A man prays inside the bomb-damaged Ghazanchetsots (Holy Saviour) Cathedral in the historic city of Shusha,   15km from the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region’s capital Stepanakert. Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty

Turkey’s involvement in Nagorno-Karabakh most recent in series of opportunistic moves

Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci: Liberal, secular Turkish Cypriots resent Ankara’s interference in their affairs. Photograph: Birol Bebek

Re-election of Akinci would reboot UN-brokered talks on bi-zonal bi-communality

Women at an ATM in Tehran: Iran  has struggled to purchase wheat, maize and soybeans to shore up reserves as coronavirus cuts agricultural output. Photograph: Atta Kenare

Trump move puts Iranians at risk of hunger and illness in context of Covid-19 pandemic

A view of deserted buildings of the tourist area of Varosha, in the fenced off area of Famagusta, in the Turkish-occupied north of Cyprus. Photograph: Birol Bebek/AFP via Getty

Cyrus’s president Nicos Anastasiades calls move ‘exceptionally unacceptable’

A boy stands in line with women to receive aid at the Kurdish-run al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria, where families of Islamic State foreign fighters are held. Photograph: Delil Souleiman/AFP via Getty Images

Thousands to be allowed leave squalid camp in Syria after outbreaks of Covid-19

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo: Baghdad is concerned the US may launch military strikes to re-energise president Donald Trump’s faltering bid for re-election. Photograph: Riccardo Antimiani

Pompeo pressure to disarm pro-Iran militias comes as ‘October surprise’ strikes feared

French president Emmanuel Macron: “All of them bet on the worst-case scenario for the sake of saving themselves, the interests of their family or their clan.” Photograph: Petras Malukas

In wake of Mustapha Adib resigning, French president condemns ‘collective betrayal’

Palestinian foreign minister Riyad al-Maliki: he claimed the Emirates and Bahrain had established “the foundations for an era of capitulation to the enemy”. Photograph: AFP via Getty Images

Blockade of Gaza described as ‘almost a death sentence during the pandemic’

From left: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel; US president Donald Trump; foreign ministers  Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani,   Bahrain, and   Abdullah bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan,  UAE, during a signing ceremony for the Abraham Accords at the White House.  Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Normalisation without peace is seen by most Arabs as breaking Arab ranks

Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun and prime minister-designate Mustapha Adib: Popular rejection of the political elite has intensified since the Beirut port blast. Photograph:  Dalati and Nohra

No ministers named in Beirut amid calls for reform and access to $21bn in pledged funds

 Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz: remains committed to the Saudi-authored peace plan adopted by the 2002 Beirut Arab summit.  Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Saudi Arabia unwilling to normalise relations with Israel until it withdraws from conquered Arab territory

 Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas holds a placard showing the diminishing size of Palestinian territory since the  1947 United Nations partition plan  as he addresses a video conference from Ramallah. Photograph: Alan Badarneh/AFP/Getty

Concern rising over stark implications of deal between UAE and Israel

The damaged Sursock Palace in Beirut, home of the late Lady Yvonne Cochrane Sursock, her Irish-born son Roderick and his family. Photograph: Anwar Amro

Married in 1946 to Ireland’s honorary consul, she was both grande dame and caretaker

Lebanese prime minister Mustapha Adib has to form a government quickly.  Photograph: AP

Mustapha Adib must satisfy international donors and also deal with warring camps

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo meeting  with Bahrain’s crown prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa in Manama this week. Photograph:  AFP via Getty Images

Mike Pompeo’s tour of the Middle East failed to gain support for normalising ties with Israel

 Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. Photograph: Al-Manar TV/EPA

One-time revolutionary Shia movement now a status quo party opposing popular protests

Saudi foreign minister prince Faisal bin Farhan reiterated Saudi characterisations of Israel’s  settlement construction in the West Bank as ‘illegitimate’. Photograph: John MacDougall - Pool/Getty

Saudi minister says ‘peace must be achieved’ on the basis of international agreements

 A statue of Lebanon’s former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri is seen near the site of the 2005 bombing that killed him  in Beirut, Lebanon. Photograph:  Chris McGrath/Getty Images

Court rules there is no proof Syria was involved in Hariri’s assassination

Palestinian demonstrators hold slogans reading in Arabic “normalisation is betrayal” during a demonstration in Gaza City  against a US-brokered deal between Israel and the UAE to normalise relations. Photograph:  Mohammed Abed/AFP/via Getty Images

Thursday’s announcement underlines split in Arab world on Palestinian question

Firefighters carry the coffin of their colleague Joe Noun, who was killed in the city’s massive blast, during his funeral at the fire station in Karantina neighbourhood near the port on Wednesday. Photograph: Getty

With 200 dead, 6,000 injured and 300,000 destitute, the mood in Beirut is unbending

Beirut port six days after an explosion there rocked the city,  killed at least 200, and injured thousands. Photograph: Wael Hamza/EPA

Resignation of government could enable international donors to sideline corrupt administration

 Anti-government protesters rally in Beirut, Lebanon. Photograph: Nabil Mounzer/EPA

Beirut blasts convince more and more that they live in a failed state

An aerial photograph shows the huge damage done to Beirut port’s grain silos and the area around it, on Wednesday. Photograph:  AFP via Getty Images

Devastating blast will widen political divisions and send many more into poverty

Displaced children from the minority Yazidi sect, fleeing violence from forces loyal to the Islamic State. “Many child survivors have returned from captivity with debilitating long-term injuries, illnesses or physical impairments,” according to an Amnesty report. Photograph: Rodi Said/Reuters

Survivors of horrific crimes face a legacy of terror, says Amnesty International

The Southern Transitional Council has also pledged to honour a ceasefire with government forces. File photograph: Getty

Agreement also reached to join forces with the military in conflict with Houthi rebels

Chinese president Xi Jinping and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani at a meeting at Saadabad Palace in Tehran, Iran, in January 2016. File photograph: Iranian Presidency/Anadolu Agency/Getty

Grouping of countries looking east called ‘axis of the sanctioned’

An elderly Palestinian man during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron. Photograph: Abed al Hashlamoun/EPA

King Abdullah warns move could destabilise not only the kingdom but the entire region

 American University of Beirut employees with anti-government protesters gather in front of the entrance of the American University of Beirut Medical Center in Beirut, Lebanon. Photograph: Nabil Mounzer/EPA

Rampant inflation and 30 per cent unemployment places huge strain on society

The control room of the Mars mission at the Mohamed bin Rashid Space Centre, in the Gulf city of Dubai. Photograph: Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty

Endeavour intended to stoke Arab and Muslim pride over rich heritage of discovery

A Syrian boy in a camp for displaced Syrians from Idlib and Aleppo provinces, near the town of Maaret Misrin in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province. Photograph: Omar Haj Kadour/AFP

Cases confirmed in doctors and nurse with concern virus will move fast through camps

Iranian army Maj Gen Mohammad Bagheri and Syria’s defence minister Ali Ayoub exchange gifts after signing a bilateral military deal in Damascus. Photograph: Sana/AFP

Bilateral military deal driven by Tehran fury at bombs and arson blamed on US and Israel

Anti-government protesters  in front of  the central bank  in Beirut, Lebanon,  protesting at the  dire state of the economy. Photograph: EPA/Nabil Mounzer

The country is on its knees with unemployment at 30%, power cuts lasting 16 hours a day, and hunger driving many to revolt

Palestinian protesters (unseen) fly a giant national flag in front of Israeli troops during a demonstration in the village of Kfar Qaddum in the occupied West Bank. Photograph:  Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP

Israel’s move on West Bank and Trump peace plan blocked by Palestinian rivals

Buildings destroyed by prior bombardment in the town of Ariha in Syria’s rebel-held northwestern Idlib province. Photograph: Omar Haj Kadour/AFP via Getty

Some 9.3m Syrians are now food insecure, an increase of 1.4m in past six months

 Muslim pilgrims gather inside the Sacred Mosque, in Mecca, last year.  This year’s hajj will not be cancelled, but  only ‘very limited numbers’ of people will be allowed to perform the major Muslim pilgrimage. Photograph:  EPA

Only under-65s can take part and pilgrims will be quarantined before and after pilgrimage

A demonstration in the  centre of  Tripoli on Sunday. Photograph: Mahmud Turkia/AFP via Getty Images

UN-backed administration condemns Egyptian president’s remarks as ‘declaration of war’

A Palestinian national flag flies over buildings in the village of Fasayil, facing farms in the Jewish settlement of Tomer, in the Jordan valley. Photograph: Jaafar Ashtiyeh

World community urged to reject move to intensify ‘profound human rights violations’

International outrage stirred by the widely televised plight of the Yazidis and the conquest of Mosul compelled the US-led western powers to intervene with the aim of crushing Islamic State. Photograph: Adam Ferguson/The New York Times

Ample evidence uncovered of movement’s widespread persecution of Yazidi minority and other ethnic minorities

Syrian president Bashar Assad: likely to be particularly concerned about Sweida, a byword for kidnappings, murders and robberies.  Photograph: Sana via AP

Demonstrations against prices and wages erupt in Sweida and spread to Deraa

Protesters in face masks hold up placards with messages rejecting a new civil conflict during an anti-government rally in front of the government palace in Beirut, Lebanon, at the weekend. Photograph: Nabil Mounzer/EPA

Government pressed to speed up talks with IMF and donors to secure funds and halt slide

 Tehran, Iran: The surge in cases of Covid-19 has overtaken Iran’s lifting of lockdown on shops, mosques, schools, businesses and travel. Photograph: EPA/Abedin Taherkenareh

Health authorities confirm more than 3,000 new cases on two consecutive days

Yemenis collect clean water from a charity tap due to disruption of water supplies in Sanaa. Photograph: Yahya  Arhab

War and coronavirus-ravaged country to get $1.35bn from UN and Saudi Arabia

Palestinians  at a market  in  the West Bank city of Ramallah, after the authorities relaxed some of the restrictive measures that had been imposed  to stem the spread of the Covid-19 virus.  Photograph: Abbas Momani/AFP via Getty Images

Given lack of other options, authorities used restrictions as main tool to fight pandemic

 Mohammed bin Nayef:  downfall of the former  Saudi crown prince led to the defection to Canada of his former cabinet minister and intelligence chief Saad al-Jabri. Photograph:  AFP

Former cabinet minister Saad al-Jabri was strategic architect of Saudi counter-terrorism efforts

Faithful in protective masks attend Friday prayers during Ramadan at a mosque in Gaza City on Friday. Photograph: Mohammed Saber/EPA

Islam’s three holiest mosques have been shut and pilgrimages curtailed due to Covid-19

Children on  a mini truck with a Joker cutout as the Covid-19 pandemic rages in Sanaa. Photograph: Yahya Arhab

WHO forecasts coronavirus will kill 42,000 and infect most of 28 million population

An Iraqi fighter with Hashed al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilisation Forces) inspects the site of an  Islamic State attack on  the paramilitary force 180km  north of Baghdad. Photograph: Getty Images

Arab and foreign jihadis ambush military convoys and assassinate officials as Baghdad and Damascus try to contain coronavirus

Yemeni policemen prevent people on a motorcycle entering a neighbourhood during an emergency curfew arising from the coronavirus pandemic, in Sanaa. Photograph: Yahya Arhab

Politics and division facilitate virus in country with just 208 ventilators and scant testing

  Syrian president Bashar al-Assad meets members of the government team tasked with handling the   coronavirus pandemic in the capital Damascus. Photograph:  Sana/AFP via Getty Images

President fears country’s 44 cases and three deaths could ‘suddenly spike in few days or weeks’

Protesters wave the Lebanese flag in front of riot police in Beirut on April 28th. Photograph: Patrick Baz/AFP via Getty

Accelerating economic meltdown has left country’s poorest without work and income

Palestinian children walk past a mural depicting the coronavirus and a prison cell, in Gaza City during the coronavirus pandemic on April 28th. Photograph: Mohammed Abed/AFP via Getty

Cases in region limited to 17 with no deaths recorded thanks to effective quarantine

Yemenis read the Koran on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan at a mosque in Sana’a, Yemen, April 24th. Photograph: Epa/Yahya Arhab

Move coincides with Ramadan as Saudis seek to renew UN-mediated peace talks

  Iraqis shop for food ahead of the first day of   Ramadan at the Shorjah market in central Baghdad, Iraq. Photograph: EPA

Lockdown during this time of family and communal gatherings is particularly painful

Saudi nurse checks a patient at a mobile clinic catering for the residents of Ajyad Almasafi district in the holy city of Mecca. Photograph: Bandar Aldandani/AFP

House of Saud efforts to contain Covid-19 under scrutiny in Arab and Muslim worlds

Tens of thousands of internally displaced Syrians are returning to their homes to avoid Covid-19.  Photograph: Reuters/Khalil Ashawi

Doctors warn of serious outbreak at overcrowded camps near Turkish border

A worker sprays disinfectant inside a mosque ahead of the weekly Friday prayers in Sana’a, Yemen, on Friday. Photograph: Yahya Arhab/EPA

Yemenis at major risk of infection in country that has lost half its hospitals to bombing

Volunteer barbers wear masks as they cut hair  at a camp for displaced Syrians from Idlib and Aleppo provinces, near the town of Maaret Misrin in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province. Photograph: Omar Haj Kadour

Halt to hostilities between Russian and Turkish sides a window to fight mass infection

Police tape closes the entrance of Dubai old market and gold market after the full lockdown. Photograph: Mahmoud Khaled/EPA

Lack of social safety nets could lead to devastating poverty and food shortages

Egypt’s Great Pyramid at Giza is illuminated with  the words “Stay safe” and “Stay home”. Photograph: EPA/Khaled Elfiqi

Lack of official transparency leaves Egyptians to rely on rumours about Covid-19

A member of Iranian red crescents test passengers of a bus for possible coronavirus   symptoms, as police blocked Tehran to Alborz highway to check every car following orders by Iranian government,  Photograph: EPA

Trump under pressure to ease sanctions on country lacking funds to buy medical supplies

A scooter driver gets his temperature taken before going out with an order, amid the coronavirus  outbreak, in Beirut, Lebanon. Photograph: Reuters/Mohamed Azakir

The country has had more than 330 cases and six deaths but lacks funds and medical supplies for a larger outbreak

 Syrian Arab Red Crescent members conduct  sterilisation to help prevent coronavirus in  Damascus. Photograph: Youssef Badawi

War-hit countries in Middle East get scant aid from outside as Covid-19 contagion looms

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani: Tehran accuses the US and Israel of sowing coronavirus to prompt people to demand regime change. Photograph: Reuters

Aid flows to Tehran from Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar amid reported 1,300 deaths

A health worker checks the temperature of a child at a UN school at al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza city on Wednesday, in preparation for the spread of coronavirus. Photograph: Mahmoud Hams/AFP via Getty Images

Isolation is impossible with large families confined to a few rooms, living in close quarters with neighbours

Displaced Syrian women at a camp in Kafr Lusin village on the border with Turkey in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib. Photograph: Ozan Kose/AFP via Getty

With the eastern Arab world hollowed out, a return to prewar conditions is impossible

A Yemeni child stands among women lining up to get free food rations from a charity group in Sanaa, Yemen. Photograph: Yahya Arhab/EPA

UN envoy has called for ‘an immediate and unconditional freeze’ of hostilities

Saudi crown prince  Mohammed bin Salman’s record as Saudi Arabia’s de facto leader has not inspired confidence. Photograph: Pavel Golovkin/Pool/File

Salman has fomented tension among royals by violating established order of succession

Russian president Vladimir Putin and Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan. Photograph: Pavel Golovkin/Pool via Reuters

Turkish-backed jihadis and insurgents based in Idlib squeezed into a reduced area

Cypriot president Nicos Anastasiades: ‘We acknowledge human suffering. But at the same time, we must take measures against efforts to alter the demographic character of our country.’ Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images

President criticised for closing gates between south and north for first time since 2003

Russian president Vladimir Putin and  Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan will meet in Moscow to discuss the ongoing conflict in Syria’s north-western war-torn Idlib province.  Photograph: Umit Bektas/Reuters

President Erdogan to meet Russian counterpart Putin for talks in Moscow

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s move violates the 2016 deal with Europe to continue hosting 3.6 million Syrian refugees upon payment of $6 billion (€5.4 million) for their upkeep. Photograph: Turkish Presidential Press Office/Handout via Reuters

Turkish president agrees to reduce tensions in region following consultation with Putin

Princess Reema bint Bandar, the head of the Saudi Federation for Community Sports, third from left, at a match between local rivals Al-Ahli and Al-Batin in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the first soccer match women were allowed to attend at a public stadium in the country, January. 12, 2018. Photograph: Tasneem Alsultan/The New York Times

Women still must obtain permission to marry, divorce and seek shelter from domestic abuse

Syrian children are evacuated from the scene of a pro-regime forces air strike in Maarrat Misrin in the Idlib province. Photograph: Abdulaziz Ketaz/AFP

Russian warplane-backed Syrian army fights Turkish troops close to M5 and Neirab village

 Supporters of former late president Hosni Mubarak hold his photos outside a military hospital where his  body is kept, in Cairo, Egypt, on  February 25th. Photograph: Khaled Elfiqiepa/EPA

Obituary: Hosni Mubarak Born: May 4th, 1928. Died: February 25th, 2020

Russian president Vladimir Putin  listens to Turkish president Recep Tayip Erdogan  in Istanbul,Turkey. File photograph: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images

Erdogan’s policies have left Ankara isolated, with Moscow one of its most reliable partners

Boys unload food provided by the World Food Programme at an aid centre in Sanaa. More than 24 million desperately need humanitarian aid. Photograph: Photograph: Yahya Arhab

Up to 1,400 captives to be traded in wake of fighter plane downing and village bombing

An Iranian campaign worker distributes electoral fliers for the February 21st  parliamentary elections, near the Mosallah Mosque during Friday prayers in Tehran. Photograph: Abedin Taherkenareh

Ban on reformists and moderates suggests hardliners will win majority in assembly

Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas holds a document while speaking during the UN Security Council meeting. Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

White House urged members to shelve resolution rejecting US proposal to end conflict

 Wounded Syrian children receive treatment at a makeshift hospital following a reported airstrike on the industrial area of Idlib, in Northern Syria. Photograph: Abdulaziz Ketaz/AFP/Getty

Turkey bolsters Idlib outposts as Syrian government forces make gains

A girl looks from behind a door before boarding on a United Nations plane to bring her to  Jordan in Sanaa, Yemen on Monday. Photograph: Khaled Abdullah/Reuters

Critically ill patients fly on UN plane to Jordan but tens of thousands more need care

 A Turkish military convoy passes through the town of Dana, east of the Turkish-Syrian border in  Idlib province on Sunday. Photograph:  Aaref Watad/AFP via Getty Images

Deadly exchange with Syian army raises stakes in strategic northwestern province

Demonstrators hold pictures of Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas during a protest against Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan, in Ramallah, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Photograph: Mohamad Torokman/Reuters

Abbas fears being ousted by a figure prepared to accept Trump's plan despite it being rejected by Palestinians

US president Donald Trump and Israelai prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu take part in an announcement of Mr Trump’s Middle East peace plan in  the White House in Washington, DC on January 28th. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty

Michael Jansen: Arab world delivers mixed reaction to Trump’s Palestinian-Israeli plan

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