- of or relating to Palestine or Palestinians.
- of or relating to Palestinian Arabs: Palestinian guerrillas.
Origin of Palestinian
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Examples from the Web for palestinian
I know, some of you will now react by saying that the Netanyahu government supports a Palestinian state.
And for those on the Palestinian right who still dream of driving the Jews into the sea, they too can forget it.
Soon after Abu Ein died, the Palestinian Authority announced three days of mourning.Palestinian Cabinet Member Dies in Confrontation with Israeli Soldier
December 10, 2014
But in October 2010, Palestinian security forces stormed into an Internet cafe and arrested me.
Waleed Al Husseini spent 10 months in Palestinian prison for being an atheist blogger.
It was to the Palestinian patriarch that he would pour out his hopes and his dreams.Ghetto Comedies</p>
The Law and the Prophets had the same precedence as in the Palestinian synagogue.The Literature of the Old Testament
George Foot Moore
All his thoughts and phrases move normally in the Palestinian sphere.The Expositor's Bible:
This Palestinian town was in the 16th century the headquarters of the Kabbala.
He was able to catch the spirit of the primitive Palestinian church.The Literature and History of New Testament Times</p>
J. Gresham (John Gresham) Machen
- of or relating to Palestine
- a native or inhabitant of the former British mandate, or their descendants, esp such Arabs now living in the Palestinian Administered Territories, Jordan, Lebanon, or Israel, or as refugees from Israeli-occupied territory
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Word Origin and History for palestinian
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