Was denken eigentlich die Palästinenser_innen?

Das Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PCPSR) kommt zu teilweise überraschenden Ergebnissen:

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Overwhelming majority (75%) wants holding of early presidential and parliamentary elections today while support for the formation of an emergency government stands at 56% and opposition at 38%. Opposition to the emergency government stands at 47% in the Gaza Strip.

If new parliamentary elections are held today, Fateh would receive 43% of the vote, the same percentage it received three months ago in our March survey. But support for Change and Reform (Hamas) drops from 37% three months ago to 33% in this survey. Support for all other third parties combined stands at 12% and 13% remain undecided.

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90% describe current Palestinian conditions as very bad or bad while only 6% describe them as good or very good. 28% say they want to immigrate to other countries and 23% say they are not proud of being Palestinians.

A large percentage (41%) wants the dissolution of the Palestinian Authority but a larger percentage (49%) opposes that. The percentage of those in favor of dissolving the PA is divided among those who want it replaced with international trusteeship (26%) and those who want it replaced with a return to full Israeli occupation (16%).

Similarly, 42% support the establishment of a confederation with Jordan while 52% opposes that. The percentage of those in favor [of] the confederation solution is divided among those who want it now (25%) and those who want it only later after the establishment of a Palestinian state (17%).

Overwhelming majority of 82% view acts such as the kidnapping of foreigners, the burning of internet cafe’s, and the bombing of foreign schools as criminal deserving condemnation while only 3% view them as nationalistic and deserving support. In the Gaza Strip, 85% view these acts as criminal and 2% as nationalistic.

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3 Antworten auf „Was denken eigentlich die Palästinenser_innen?“


  1. Gravatar Icon 1 Doughnut Boy Andy 26. Juni 2007 um 17:15 Uhr

    OT – Ali Hili, the gay Iraqi activist who blew the whistle on grand ayatollah al-Sistani’s death-fatwa against homosexuals, recently appeared on Talking With Tatchell on online ‚TV‘ station 18 Doughty Street. http://hurryupharry.bloghouse.net/archives/2007/06/26/better_the_devil.php

  2. Gravatar Icon 2 Doughnut Boy Andy 30. Juni 2007 um 14:51 Uhr

    And this might interest you as well.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6249566.stm

    „Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered that a couple jailed for perjury in a row over the husband’s sex should be released on bail, their lawyers say.

    The ruling came after a judge agreed to hear appeals against the convictions.

    The couple say they are man and wife, but the Lahore high court ruled last month that the husband was, in fact, a woman, despite sex-change surgery.

    The case is thought the first of its kind in Pakistan where homosexuality and trans-sexuality are largely taboo…..“

  3. Gravatar Icon 3 lysis 30. Juni 2007 um 16:44 Uhr

    Ja, ich kenn beides schon, aber danke!

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