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Arab Spring and Iran Tensions Leave Palestinians Sidelined

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The funeral of 23-year-old Talat Ramia, a Palestinian who died during a clash with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank last month.
By ETHAN BRONNER
Published: March 7, 2012
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RAMALLAH, West Bank — In the 14 months since revolution has spread across the Middle East and tension has soared over Iran’s nuclear program, the Palestinian leadership has found itself orphaned. Politically divided, its peace talks with Israel collapsed and its foreign support waning, the Palestinian Authority is sidelined, confused and worried that its people may return to violence.

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“The biggest challenge we face — apart from occupation — is marginalization,” Salam Fayyad, prime minister of the Palestinian Authority, said in an interview. “This is a direct consequence of the Arab Spring where people are preoccupied with their own domestic affairs. The United States is in an election year and has economic problems, Europe has its worries. We’re in a corner.”

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