Palestinians Protest Signing of Israel Peace Deal with UAE, Bahrain

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    Palestinians on the West Bank protested Tueday over the signing of the historic peace agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in Washington. The protesters waved banners claiming that the agreements represented “normalisation with apartheid”. The protest in Ramallah came as President Donald Trump hosted Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and top UAE and Bahrain ministers for a signing ceremony at the White House.

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