As the Arab spring unfolded, the rise of social media and social media activism has brought a new sense of hope and opportunity to a number of people in the region, and even the governments of some countries in the Middle East.
However, this hope and change can be countered only by an end to the occupation, occupation of the land and its inhabitants, the continued violation of human rights, the denial of the rights of all its citizens, the systematic persecution of the Palestinian people, and the continuing occupation of Palestinian land.
There is also no question of solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by a negotiated solution or any other means.
And that is the issue.
The situation of the Palestinians is not a problem that can be solved with the use of military force.
The problem is the occupation and its continuation.
This occupation has created a state of perpetual injustice, where Palestinians are treated as second-class citizens in the land of Israel, where the rule of law is nullified and the rule has no precedent in the history of the Middle Eastern country.
The occupation is illegal and illegitimate, and it must be ended.
This is the main problem that is preventing the Palestinian liberation struggle from succeeding.
This cannot be resolved by military force, even in a peaceful manner.
The solution lies in the implementation of international agreements, which aim to achieve the following objectives: The creation of a Palestinian state that is recognized by the United Nations and by the Arab League.
The end of the occupation by all means, including the use by all armed forces of force against any occupying force, including Israeli military forces, and any other armed forces or institutions, including through the establishment of a no-fly zone, and through an end of all occupation by the Palestinians and the transfer of Palestinian lands and resources to the Palestinians.
The establishment of an independent Palestinian state.
The return of the refugees to their homes and the right of return for those displaced by the Israeli occupation.
The right of the Israeli settlers to live and work in Israel, as well as the right to self-determination and equal treatment in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The creation and implementation of a transitional governing body that would be responsible for implementing international law and international humanitarian law, as stipulated in the United Nation Security Council Resolution 194.
The international organization to oversee the implementation and monitoring of the relevant provisions of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
The full implementation of the Geneva Convention regarding the protection of civilians in time of armed conflict and of the Protocols of the Parties to the 1949 Geneva Conventions on the Prevention of the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons.
The implementation of an agreement between the Palestinian Authority and Israel to establish a Palestinian government with full sovereignty and security guarantees.
The immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all Israeli settlers from the occupied territories, as defined in the Fourth and Fifth Geneva Conceptions.
The restoration of full Palestinian sovereignty and the establishment by Israel of a full Palestinian state on all the occupied territory.
The setting up of an international tribunal to determine the status of the occupied lands and territories, which would have the power to prosecute the crimes committed by Israel against the Palestinian population.
The holding of an internationally recognized conference of the parties to the conflict.
The ending of the use and transfer of the territory of Palestine to the Palestinian Government of Palestine.
The recognition of a right of withdrawal from the area under occupation and of Palestinian citizens of the State of Israel to return to their houses in the territories.
Palestinian Authority: The PLO’s Political Bureau In its present form, the PLO is a Palestinian national movement and is governed by the political bureau.
The political bureau is the highest administrative and political body of the PLOs governing body.
The Political Bureau is made up of three branches: The political council, which represents the PLOS national leadership; the executive committee, which consists of representatives from the PLos political bureau; and the executive council, composed of representatives of the political party.
The PLOs executive committee consists of a number and members of the executive committees of all of the constituent parties.
The Executive Council is composed of two representatives from each of the two main parties and four representatives from different parties.
Its executive members are elected by a plurality of the members of all the constituent bodies.
The Palestinian Legislative Council, headed by the PLo’s political bureau, has sole responsibility for the legislative work of the state.
It has been charged with the responsibility of passing resolutions and implementing them.
In accordance with the Palestinian Constitution, the Palestinian Legislative Assembly is also headed by a PLo representative.
In addition, it has sole legislative authority over the Palestinian territories and the Gaza Strip, including Palestinian areas under its control.
It also has authority over certain Palestinian cities under its jurisdiction, including Ramallah and Nablus.
In the case of the West Bank, the PA is also charged with overseeing the implementation, monitoring, and enforcement of the laws and policies of the occupying power in the Palestinian areas.
The PA also has jurisdiction over all Palestinian territories under its administration.
The decision of the PA to enact or not to enact