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January 6, 2016 11:18 am

Palestinian Authority Adrift After Months of Violence, Analysts Say

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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Analysts said many young Palestinians do not feel president Mahmud Abbas represents their concerns. Photo: Wikipedia.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Analysts said many young Palestinians do not feel he represents their concerns. Photo: Wikipedia.

Nearly four months into a wave of violence some have likened to a new uprising, the Palestinian Authority has found itself adrift and increasingly out of touch with frustrated youths behind the unrest, analysts say.

There is even speculation of an eventual collapse of the PA, the governing authority set up under the 1990s Oslo accords that were meant to lead to a final peace deal.

Read full story at AFP.

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