Mohammed Shtayyeh

Fatah Central Committee

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Member of Fatah Central Committee and a senior advisor to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, he’s been involved in peace talks with Israel since the 1991 Madrid Peace Process

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Last year, President Obama  called for a Palestinian State  with membership in the United Nations.

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