'Palestine is not for sale' - Palestinian representative to UK slams Kushner peace plan

'Palestine is not for sale' - Palestinian representative to UK slams Kushner peace plan

In an interview with Euronews, Husam Zomlot Head of Palestinian Mission to the UK, and formerly ambassador to Washington, has blasted Jared Kushner's so called Prosperity to Peace plan set to be unveiled today an a special conference in Bahrain.
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