Palestinian Statehood Vote: Palestinians Certain To Win U.N. Recognition As A State

For Abbas, the U.N. bid is crucial if he wants to maintain his leadership and relevance, especially following the recent conflict between his Hamas rivals in Gaza and Israel. The conflict saw the Islamic militant group claim victory and raise its standing in the Arab world, while Abbas’ Fatah movement was sidelined and marginalized.

My! My! Nixon goes to China?

Is the labor market so cheap that you just can’t help yourself, or is the price of the land just now getting too high?

The Palestinians turned to the General Assembly after the United States announced it would veto their bid last fall for full U.N. membership until there is a peace deal with Israel.

That must have been some kind of a peace deal! It is funny that something like a pivot can be so powerful.

The structure of a pivot is probably so powerful because a pivot with pressure against it is a description of energy (the only question I answered in the tournament held after I finished with engineering school, and it was the only question nobody else could answer).

All energy has an equal force pushing in the other direction, unless it’s moving. And the moment of inertia (now) is in units of foot to the fourth power(F4), but it is still turning.

via Palestinian Statehood Vote: Palestinians Certain To Win U.N. Recognition As A State.

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