Mustafa Barghouthi

Member, Palestinian Legislature

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Member of the Palestinian Legislature; former candidate for President and former Minister of Communication for the Palestinian Authority

Mustafa Barghouthi on KCRW

There's been growing skepticism that Israel and the Palestinians could even agree on a framework for resuming Middle East peace negotiations.

Israeli and Palestinian Leaders Agree to Negotiating Plan

There's been growing skepticism that Israel and the Palestinians could even agree on a framework for resuming Middle East peace negotiations.

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced today that the  US today will lift the embargo  placed on the Palestinian Authority when Hamas won parliamentary elections 18 months ago. …

In the Middle East, New Strategies or More of the Same?

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced today that the US today will lift the embargo placed on the Palestinian Authority when Hamas won parliamentary elections 18 months ago. …

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