Yousef Munayyer is executive director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (formerly the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation). He formerly served as executive director of the Jerusalem Fund and the Palestine Center in Washington, DC, a think-tank devoted to studying Palestine and the peace process.
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