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- 46 days ago: The Badlands Beyond the Brink of The Bizarre of the region The Illuminati proposed constructing embassies.
- 48 days ago: Embassy established between Palestinian Territories and Nationalsozialistische Volksstaaten.
- 48 days ago: Embassy established between Palestinian Territories and Wewelsburg.
- 48 days ago: Embassy established between Palestinian Territories and Grossdeutsches Reich.
- 51 days ago: The Holy Empire of Nationalsozialistische Volksstaaten of the region Nationalsozialistische Volksstaaten agreed to construct embassies.
- 51 days ago: The Nazis of Grossdeutsches Reich Government of the region Grossdeutsches Reich agreed to construct embassies.
- 51 days ago: The Nazis of Aryan Shield Command of the region Wewelsburg agreed to construct embassies.
- 51 days ago: The Protectorate of Palestinian Terrortories proposed constructing embassies with Nationalsozialistische Volksstaaten.
- 51 days ago: The Protectorate of Palestinian Terrortories proposed constructing embassies with Grossdeutsches Reich.
- 51 days ago: The Protectorate of Palestinian Terrortories proposed constructing embassies with Wewelsburg.
Palestinian Territories Regional Message Board
The Palestinian Territories consist of two distinct areas: the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip. The boundaries are defined by the "1967 borders", which correspond with the Green Line. The Green Line represents the armistice lines under the 1949 Armistice Agreements, which brought an end to the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and expressly declared armistice lines, not international borders. Some Palestinian negotiators have claimed a return to those lines as the boundary for a future Palestinian state, while Hamas does not recognize the State of Israel at all. The Arab League has supported these boundaries as the borders of the future State of Palestine in the 2002 Arab Peace Initiative.
Most of the areas claimed for the State of Palestine have been occupied by Israel since 1967 in the aftermath of the Six-Day War, with the Palestinian Authority exercising socio-political administration since 1993 in limited areas. In 2012, it was granted observer status by the United Nations (UN).
**On 25 May 2014 during his visit to the Holy Land, Pope Francis, in a carefully worded statement, made explicit reference to the 'State of Palestine'.
Peter Beaumont, 'Pope Francis offers prayers at Israeli separation wall in Bethlehem,' The Guardian 25 May 2014.
Built by Israel as a so-called security fence to protect its citizens from attack after the second intifada, the barrier weaves through the West Bank, cutting through swaths of Palestinian territory and containing Palestinian residents. It has become an emblem of the Israeli occupation.
While in Israel the pope will visit the Holocaust memorial at Yad Vashem, lay a wreath at the grave of the founder of Zionism, Theodor Herzl