Ahead of his sit-down with Hamdallah, Kahlon met with United States peace envoy Jason Greenblatt, who implored him to stress to the Palestinians that there is no alternative to US-brokered peace talks, the report said. "U.S. aid cuts will affect the entire community", said 59-year-old English teacher Ahmed Abu Suleiman. "Because I can tell you that Israel does want to make peace, and they're going to have to want to make peace too, or we're going to have nothing to do with it any longer". "The separation wall has already devastated their economy".
The Changemaker Award, which celebrates the beauty company Revlon Live Boldly campaign, was given to Amani al-Khatahtbeh for her advocacy for Muslim women, however, she declined the award because of the ambassador role given to Gal Gadot, who is a former Israeli Army soldier support the Israeli Defence Force's campaign against the Palestinian people.
But on Thursday, the president made more threats to cut aid. The prime minister called it a "fantasy" to think any other country than the United States can broker a peace agreement.
The prime minister called it a "fantasy" to think any other country than the United States can broker a peace agreement.
The U.S. has already once threatened to shut down the PLO mission in NY. The agency provides support for more than 3 million Palestinians across the Middle East. The letter, spearheaded by Refugees International and Norwegian Refugee Council, objected to the withdrawal of USA funds.
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