Palestine, Portugal, pluralism

Let me take this time for more examples identity is problematic. Who-you-are and where-you-belong-to are still debated.

As usual, Norway’s Foreign Minister led the Donor Group for Palestine (AHLC) – this time at Oslo City Hall for a couple of hundred participants, such as Palestinians, Israelis, the United States, the EU, Russia, the UN and other key countries. Anniken Huitfeldt began by emphasizing that Norway is working to ensure that Palestine gets its own state – the two-state solution. In the long run, this could mean that the Palestinians realize their own identity independently of Israel. Huitfeldt also emphasized that Norway is a partner for both parties. Afterwards, we asked, in a separate interview, how the government views the fact that Israel recently defined six Palestinian humanitarian organizations as terrorist organizations (or that . . .

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